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Richard Salter Storrs Library 

693 Longmeadow St. 

Longmeadow, MA 01106 




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Longmeadow High School 




95 Grassy Gutter Ret 




Longmeadow, MA 01106 




Table of Contents 




Theme 


6 1 


(Seniors 


18 


Underclassmen 


70 1 


Faculty 
(Student Life 


96 
108 


Fine Arts 


124 


(Sports 
Clubs 


136 
170 


Ads 


184 

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Dedication 

Friends & Family 




Mns. Pion 



The class of 2006 would like to pres- 
ent this yearbook in dedication to Mrs. 
Pion. The Yearbook staff and the rest of 
the senior class would like to thank her 
for all her yearbook work, for this year 
and years past. She spent two years as 
Yearbook advisor and she continued this 
year helping to make sure the yearbook 
was a continuous success. She is always 
eager to help the staff with any ques- 
tions or concerns and offer 
creative ideas and technical advice. 



Not only was she an enormous help to the staff, but she is committed to her students 
and non students alike. She constantly has a smile on her face and a joke to tell. Out- 
side of school she is an accomplished skier, and the mother of three. She is an amaz- 
ing English teacher, a role model to all and an important member of the LHS famil 








The class of 2006 is excited to present this 

yearbook in dedication to Mrs. Joan More/. Long 

before most of the seniors of 2006 were even 

born, Mrs. More/ was dedicated to the student 

Dodv, fulfilling one of the most vital positions in LHS; 

running the student office. Her smile and enthusiasm 

sharply brightened the student's day. Mrs. Morey 

dealt with late 
students, poor excuses and a seemingly endless 
supply of very creative stories. Although she has 
struggled with a debilitating disease, she never 
missed a day while working at a 
difficult and thankless job and maintaining a 
consistent, upbeat attitude. 
Knowing every person at Longmeadow High 
School allowed Mrs. Morey to reach out to every- 
one, offering advice and caring for all who crossed 
her path. Mrs. Morey is a special person who 
developed and maintained a 
special relationship with her family at LHS. 
Thank you so much to Mrs. Morey for all her hard 
work, devotion and outstanding personality. We will 

miss you! 







Its' Never Just 
Black & White 



Life at Longmeadow High School is anything but 
(Simple. The academic & extra-curricular, friends 
& family, school & work, public & private, all 
conspire to make our world more than a little 
complicated. Our school, our life & our world, 
is a diverse universe where a thousand forces 
pull us in a million directions. Of course, we are 
preoccupied with where we are now & where we 
will be going in the future. It's never as simple as 
black & white. At Longmeadow High School it is 
all about the &. 





What Makes 
LHS ego uniqu( 




The number of 
Northface jackets. 



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Young & Restless 



As Friday rolls around, there's a certain excitement 
in the air as everyone anxiously waits for two days 
full of excitment, relaxation and best of all, no school! 
Weekends in Longmeadow might be not as exciting as 
some might hope, but we still manage to have our fun. 
From movies, going out to dinner, and hanging out at 
friends' houses, students at LHS keep themselves, for 
the most part, out of trouble. High school wouldn't 
be the same without feeling young & acting restless. 



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10 



What do you do on 

the 

weekends? 




11 



Franchise & Fortune 



For most Longmeadow High School students, it's never as 
simple without some cash in our pockets. So as soon as we 
hear the bell at 2:15, we grab our backpacks and start our 
afternoon full of selling, wrapping, finding, pleasing 
customers and so much more. Below Lauria Chin, works at 
Huke' Lau, Melinda Pinto, to the right, counts some extra 
cash after pay day, and Semolinas is hiring! Mrs. Turcotte 
and Mrs. Browne not only keep our school running but work 
concession stands at the football games, and Ariel Karolonski 
makes sure to keep dirt away from Longmeadow Flowers. 





Help 
Wanted 

We are now looking tor motivated and enthusiastic Individuals to be a part o( o 

"A Great Place To WorkF!!" 

Competitive Salary 

Flexible Hours (great for college students) 

Generous Employee Discounts 

Health Insurance* 

^[miumWel lness Program 



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12 



Where do 
you work? 




"I work at Essentials on 
the weekends, baby-sit- 
ting during the week, 
and my dad's office 
during vacations" 



Meghan O Donnell 




"I like to work with 

kids so I preform at Six 

Flags. " 



Kellum Ledwith 




"I love playing with 

toys, so I work at K.B. 

Toys" 



Even though he is late for work, Sean 
Seaton proudly displays his uniform. 

Zack Sweeny is busy stocking shelves 
at Brightwood Hardware. 

On the busiest flower day of the year, 
Valentine's Day, Amanda Marsh 
quickly rings up customers. 

Jen Turcotte smiles while she works, 
filing insurance claims for Sumner 
& Toner 

So excited to take a break from work, 
Nate Broverman pose behind the 
counter 




Sarah Collins 




eachers << 
Students 





14 



IT'S NEVER 




17 



Seniors 




Seniors 




(Senior Class 



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& Advisors 



Dear Class of 2006, 

Wow! It's amazing to see how much we've grown 
over the past four years at LHS. We've transformed from shy 
freshmen carrying our lockers in our backpacks to "mature" 
seniors who are ready to break out and start the next phases 
of our lives. We've ventured to Boston for IMAX and the Blue 
Man Group, and we've taken on the perilous task of walk- 
ing some twenty odd blocks in New York City in search of a 
White Castle. We've actually attended (it's not worth denying 
it anymore) the annual Back to School Dance and watched 
Dazed and Confused in the auditorium at 3:30 AM during the 
Sophomore Lock-In. We've applied Coach Hawker's dance 
moves at semi-formals in our cafeteria version of "Hollywood" 
and at the Oaks. We've shown the school and the community 
that Grease really is the word. We've devoured Fenway Franks 
at various Red Sox games and watched the Cowgirls rock the 
Indians on East Longmeadow's turf. More importantly we've 
learned of the unbreakable human spirit from the amazing 
survival stories after Hurrican Katrina and the heart-warming 
actions of relief workers. We've even lived through four years 
in time of war. But through it all we've stuck together. We 
came in as freshmen divided along the lines of Williams and 
Glenbrook. Now, as the day of our graduation approaches, we 
are unified as the Longmeadow High School Class of 2006. As 
your student council representatives, it has been a pleasure and 
an honor to represent our class. We are truly touched by your 
support, help, and spirit. We would like to extend our gracious 
thanks for participating in our school trips and activities. We're 
looking forward to enjoying Prom and High Meadows with 
you and hope the remainder of your senior year goes well. We 
are so proud to be a part of this class and hope you realize all 
of your dreams in the near future. 

Thank you for an amazing four years. 

With love, 

Jessie, Owen, Leo, Matt, and Scott 



Seniors, 

Here's our TOP TEN list (apologies to David Letterman) about 
the things that we've learned in our four years together: 

We've learned... 

10. It takes four years of dedicated students to lead a successful class. 
Thanks to Matt Grodd, Scott Janes, Jessica Topitzer, Owen Fenton, Leo 
Guyshan, Ashley Brown, Kellen O'Gara, Devin Haddad, and Madeleine 
Reavey. 

9. Given a few hours and much black fabric, even the cafeteria can look 
like a night at the Academy Awards. 

8. It's really not that fun being at LHS after 2 in the morning. 

7. You have all learned to state your name and count backwards from 10 
tol. 

6. It is possible to move hundreds of people from LHS to East 
Longmeadow High School in ten minutes. 

5. There are just some words in Grease that you can't say in a high school 
auditorium. 

4. All the words to Sonny and Cher's "I Got You Babe." 

3. It's impossible to quantify how much you have contributed to LHS in 
the classroom, concert hall, on the playing fields, and in the Longmeadow 
community. 

2. We're lucky to have gotten to know you as people and to watch you 
grow and change over our four years together. 

1. That yes, you all really did look as young as the freshmen four years 
ago. 

We thank you for teaching us these important lessons and so many more. 
Our warmest wishes for adventure, success, and joy as you leave us. 

Your Advisors, 

Mark Cormier and Kayla Werlin 



20 




Baseball 9, 10, 11, Captain 12 
Football 9, 10, 11, 12 
Basketball 9 
Indoor Track 10 
Key Club 12 



"A man has to have goals- for a 
day, for a lifetime- and that was 
mine to have people say, 'There 
goes Ted Williams, the greatest 
hitter who ever lived." 
-Ted Williams 

"A mans got to know his 

limitations" 

-Clint Eastwood 
(Magnum Force) 

Abbott, Rabs 



Indoor Track 9, 10 
Laurel Wood Farm 9, 10, 11, 12 
Mount Holyoke College Eques- 
trian 11, 12 
Mount View Stables 12 


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"I say that some of the biggest 
criminals are those who turn 
their heads away when they 
see wrong and know it is 
wrong" 


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"Kit- katooonating us won't 
make you prettier" 


V 3fw ^ ~" 


Cat, Adams, Kit Kate 






Catherine Adams 



N.H.S11,12 

Key Club 10, 11, 12 

Wind Ensemble 9, 10, 11,12 

(Section Leader 11, 12) 

Senior District Orchestra 11 

Piano Accompanist 9, 10, 11, 12 

Piano Teacher 9, 10, 11,12 

"Don't wait around for other 
people to be happy for you. 
Any happiness you get you've 
got to make yourself." 
-Alice Walker 

"Forever is composed of 
nows." 

-Emily Dickinson 



Jill, Jillybean 






Youth Council 10, 11, 12 
St. Mary's CYO 9, 10, 11, 12 
Golf 11, 12 

Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 
Soccer 9 
Lacrosse 9 

Longmeadow Country Club 
(Grounds Staff) 9, 10, 11, 12 

Agnew, Ags, Aggie 



22 Seniors 





Greg Alexandra 



Football 9, 10, 11, 12 

Swimming 9, 10, 11 

Avid Colts/ Reds fan 

"Before, all I had was time, but 

now I got shine" 

-Lil' Flip 

"We need men who can dream 

of things that never were" 

- J. F. K 

Xandru, X-Factor 



Wrestling 9, 10,11, 12 
Cross Country 10, 11 1 
J.C.C Camp Counselor 11, 12 
Umpiring 9, 10, 11, 12 


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"Great spirits have always 

encountered opposition for 

mediocre minds. The mediocre 


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mind is incapable of under- 
standing the man who refuses 


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to bow blindly to conventional 


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prejudices and chooses instead 


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to express his opinions coura- 
geously and honestly." 

- Albert Einstein 1 


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Alty, Airman 1 


Brian Altman 





Cross Country 9, 10, 11, 12 

Interact 10, 11, 12 

Senior Class Play 

Powder Puff Game 

Outdoor Track 11 

Indoor Track 9 

"'Cause these are the days worth 

living, these are the years we're 

given, and these are the moments, 

these are the times, let's make the 

best out of our lives." 

-The Calling 

"A dream is a wish your heart 
makes when you're fast asleep, and 
if yours truly, keep believing the 
dreams that you wish will 
come true." 
- Cinderella 

Ash 




Ashley Anderson 




Baseball 9 

Soccer 9 

Indoor Track 10, 11 

Business Professionals of 

America 11 

"Winners never quit and 

quitters never win" 

-Vince Lambard 

Rick 



Erik Anderson 




Varsity Lacrosse 

Jet Jotter (Art/ Photo Editor) 

N.H.S Community Service 

Chairperson 

Varsity Indoor Track 

"Spread love everywhere 

you go: First of all your own 

house, let no one ever come 

to you without leaving better 

and happier. Be the living 

expression of God's kindness; 

kindness in your face, kindness 

in your eyes, kindness in your 

smile, kindness in your 

warm greeting." 

- Mother Teresa 

Tweety 




Seniors 23 






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Jeffrey Asher 



Cross Country 9, 10, 11, 12 




Indoor Track 9, 10, 11, 12 




Outdoor Track 9, 10, 11, 12 




Symphony Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12 




La Cappella 10, 11, 12 




Women's Chorus 9 




S.P.ET.Y9, 10,11, 12 




French Club 9, 10 






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"Eventually, all the pieces will fall 


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into place. Until then, I laugh at the 




confusion, live for the moment and 


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remember everything happens for 


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a reason." 




"Life isn't about waiting for a storm 


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to pass. It's about learning to dance 




in the rain." 


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Elyss, Lyss, Lissa, Lissy 






Ely&sa Auerbach 







Jet Jotter (layout and design 




jmbB^H' t **-^ 


editor) 9, 10, 11, 12 

Impressions 

Indoor Track and Field 9 

Outdoor Track and Field 9, 10, 

11,12 


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Mock Trail 10 


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"To not know is bad, to not 


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want to know is worse, to not 
hope is unthinkable, to not care 
is unforgivable." 
-Nigerian Folk Saying 

"We are all in the gutter, but 
some of us are looking to the 




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stars." 

- Oscar Wilde 








Katelyn Baker 






Outdoor Track 10, 11, 12 (Captain) 

Powder Puff - Indians 

AAU Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 

In town basketball coach 11, 12 

CCD teacher 11,12 

Senior Class play 

Basketball 9, 10, 11 (Captain 10) 

"To regret ones own experiences is 
to arrest ones own development. To 
deny ones experience is to put to lie 
into the lips of ones own life. It is no 
less than a denial of the soul." 

-Oscar Wide 
"So lets drink from the cup, share 
some luck, go ahead and laugh, 
'cause it don't cost much" 

-Dispatch 

K. Aye, Louise, Kat 



Katherine Aye 



Cross Country 9, 10, 11, 12 

Ultimate Frisbee 11, 12 

Concert Band 9 

Wind Ensemble 10, 11, 12 

N.H.S 11, 12 

Jet Jotter 10, 11, 12 

Indoor Track 11 

Nursing Home Volunteer 9, 10, 

11,12 

JCC Camp counselor 11, 12 

Rough Draft 12 

"Tragedy is when I cut my finger. 
Comedy is when you walk into an 
open sewer and die." 
- Mel Brooks 

Drawing on my fine command of 
language, I said nothing." 
-Mark Twain 




(Saiomone Baquis 



24 Seniors 





Spencer, J-hizzle 


Justin Darber-Merullo 



Cross Country 9, 10, 11, 12 

Outdoor Track 9, 10, 11, 12 

Indoor Track 10, 11, 12 

Environmental Club 10, 11, 12 

JCC Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 

NHS 11, 12 

JCC Maccabi Games 10, 11 

Baystate Games 10, 11 

"Small minds discuss people. 

Average minds discuss events. 

Great minds discuss ideas." 

"Wear one watch and you'll 

always know what time it is. 

Wear two and you'll never 

be sure." 

Bobby, Bobola 7, Jewish 
Hurdler 




Yearbook 11, 12 (Senior Editor) 

Wind Ensemble 9, 10, 11, 12 

NHS 11, 12 

French Club 9, 10, 11, 12 

Greece '06 

"These people round here. 

They're so resigned to what 

their fate is 

But not us, no not us 

We are far too young and clever." 

-Dexy's Midnight Runners 

"It's a magical world, Hobbes ol' 

buddy. Let's go exploring." 

-Calvin and Hobbes 

"Back up the rude train!" 

Liz, Lizzard 




Elizabeth Barney 







Basketball 9, 10 

Big Y 9, 10 

U-Save Auto Rental 11 

JCC Basketball 11, 12 




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"Don't complicate your mind. 

Flee from hate, mischief, and 

jealousy. Don't bury your 

thoughts; put your vision to 

reality. Wake up and live!" 

-Bob Marley 






"Take care of all your memo- 
ries. For you cannot 
relive them." 
-Bob Dylan 

Barr, Barrski, Jake 




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Jacob Darr 






Jet Jotter 10, 11, 12 

Track and Field 10, 11 

Senior Class Play 12 

Concert Band 9, 10 

Wind Ensemble 11, 12 

"Hold fast to the spirit of youth, let 

years to come do what they may." 

-John Jay 

"To know even one life has 

breathed easier because you have 

lived. This is to have succeeded." 

-Ralph Waldo Emerson 

"Back up the rude train!" 
-Emma Newcombe 

Em, Mills, Milly 



Emily oerger 




Seniors 25 



Angela Dertelli 


, Environmental Club 10, 11, 12 

I Soccer 9, 10 

1 Cross Country 11 

1 Diving 9, 10 

1 Outdoor Track 9, 10, 11,12 

1 Captian 

1 Indoor Track 11, 12 

1 National Honors Society 11, 12 

1 "Creativity is allowing yourself 
1 to make mistakes. Art is know- 
1 ing which ones to keep." 
-Scott Adams 



Outdoor Track and Field 9, 10, 

11, 12 

Indoor Track and Field 10, 11, 

12 

Soccer 10 

Yearbook 

Environmental Club 

International Club 

Senior Class Play 

Powder Puff Game 

"Not all who wander are lost." 

"Life is not measured by the 
number of breaths we take, but 
by the number of moments that 
take our breath away." 

CB, Grace, Blair 




Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12 
Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12 
Indoor Track 9 
Knitting Club 10 
Concert Band 9, 10, 11 
Jazz Band 11 

"I'm the one that has to die 
when it's my time for me to 
die, so let me live my life, 
the way I want to." 
-Jimmy Hendrix 

"Hey, we all got secrets." 

Alex 




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Alexander Distran 



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Soccer 9, 10 
Programming club 11, 12 

"Word to the wise ain't neces- 
sary- it's the stupid ones that 
need advice." 

-Bill Cosby 

"A man who carries a cat by 
the tail learns something he can 
learn no other way." 



Joe 



Giuseppe Bonfiglio 





Field Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12 




I Softball 9, 10, 11, 12 


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1 China Club 9, 10, 11, 12 


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1 NHS 11, 12 




1 LaCappelIal2 


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I Senior Class Play 


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1 Life Guard 9, 10, 11, 12 


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1 "Experiences, good and bad, 


1 are all part of learning, loving 


I and most importantly dying" 


I "There is a whole world out 


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1 there, so just go for it!" 


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1 "Limits are for those who have 




I never tried" 




Mandy, Hawaii 


Amanda 5olduc 





Track and Field 9, 10, 11, 12 
Indoor Track 10, 11, 12 
Cross Country 10, 11, 12 
French Club 

"The woods are lovely dark 
and deep, but I have promises 
to keep, and miles to go before 
I sleep, and miles to go 
before I Sleep." 

-Robert Forest 

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Emily Dourdeau 



26 Seniors 




Michael Brock 



Outing Club 10, 11, 12 
Ultimate frisbeel2 

"I have dined with kings, I've 

been offered wings. And I've 

never been too impressed." 

-Bob Dylan 

"I think as long as your inten- 
tion is pure, and you know 
what you're in it for, then 
you're alright." 
-Trey Anastasio 

Brock 



Lacrosse 9, 10 
JCC Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 

"Failure is not an option" 
-Dave Casper 




Nathan Broverman 



Class Treasurer 9, 10 

Class President 11 

Interact club 10, 11, 12 

(Vice President) 

La Capella 10, 11, 12 

Drama Club 9, 10, 11, 12 

Swimming 9, 10, 11, 12 

NHS 11, 12(Secretary) 

Senior Class Play 

Powder Puff Game 

"All that is necessary for evil 

to succeed is that good men do 

nothing." 

-Edmund Burke 

Ash, Hashbrowns, A.B. 





Impressions 10, 11, 12(Editor 

in Chief) 

DJST 10, 11, 12(President) 

Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12 

AAU Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 

Rough Draft 12 

SPFTY 10, 11, 12 

Senior Class Play 

"Make connections; let rip; and 

dance where you can" 

-Annie Dillard 



"What will your verse be? 
-Dead Poets Society 

Ally, Als 




NHS 11 
Unity Club 11 



Thien-an Cai 



Senior Class Play (Director) 

Special Olympics Coach 11, 12 

NHS 11, 12 

Pep Band (Conductor) 

Drama Club 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Treasurer) 

"Some people dream of suc- 
cess, while others wake up and 
work hard at it" 




Uabolle Calderon 



Seniors - 



I 




Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12 
Key Club 9, 10, 11, 12 

"Pain is only weakness leaving 
the body" 

-The Locker Room 

Rich, Beans 



Diehard Camerota Jr. 



N.H.S 11, 12 
Jazz Band 10, 11, 12 
Ultimate Frisbee 12 
Concert Band 9,10,11,12 
Impressions 9, 11 
Key Club 9 

"Anyone who has never made 
a mistake has never tried any- 
thing new." 

-Albert Einstein 

"Pictures are better than words 
because some words are big 
and hard to understand." 
-Peter Griffin 

Chris, Capurso, Caputo 




Christopher Capurso 




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Field Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12 

Captain 

Indoor Track 10, 11, 12 Captain 


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Drama Club 9, 10, 11, 12 
Outdoor Track 11, 12 


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Class Marshal 11 


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CCD teacher 10, 11, 12 


Jet Jotter 10, 11, 12 Campus 
News Editor 


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Lacrosse (JV) 9, 10 Captain 
Senior Class Play 
Powder Puff Game 


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"I immediately regret that 




decision." 


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-Ron Burgundy 


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f "Together.. always." 


Taylor Carr 


Tay, Taylo 



28 Seniors 











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Merissa Carvalho 










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Football 9, 10, 11, 12 




Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 12 Varsity 
Track and Field 9, 10, 11, 12 


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" Fate can never tear you apart 

if you rise from the depths with 

a dream in your heart." 

-Me 


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Cas, Casserole, Roll 


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Matthew Casartello 





La Cappella 9, 10, 11, 12 

Band 9, 10, 11 

Yearbook 11, 12 

Powder Puff 12 

"I need to believe, that some- 
thing extraordinary 
is possible." 
-A Beautiful Mind 

Jenny (with a Spanish Accent) 




Football 9, 10, 11, 12 

JCC Basketball 11, 12 

Men's Chorus9, 10, 12 

Debate Team 12 

Semolina Bread Company 

"That's one small step for man, 

on giant. . . I have a dream!" 

-Mike Donnelly 

"You sold my dead bird to a 

blind kid." 

-Harry 

"Winning is not everything, 
but wanting to win is." 

Danny, Dan, Muff, Two Step 




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Jet Jotter 9, 10, 11, 12 (Editor in 

Chief) 

Mock Trial 9, 10, 11, 12 

Symphony Orchestra 9, 10, 

11,12 

China Club 10, 11, 12 

Track and Field 9, 10, 11 

Impressions 9, 10, 11, 12 




"The future belongs to those 

who believe in the beauty 

of their dreams." 


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-Eleanor Roosevelt 


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"How wonderful it is that no 
one need wait a single minute 
before starting to improve the 


Suzanne Chipkin 


world." -Anne Frank 

"Back up the rude train." 
- Emma Newcombe 




Qebecca Ciciretti 



NHS 11, 12 (Tutoring Chair) 

Wind Ensemble 9, 10, 11, 12 

Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12 

All-State Music Festival 11 

(Principal) 

Senior District Music Festival 9, 

10, 11, 12 (Principal) 

Senior Class Play Pit Orchestra 

9, 10, 11, 12 (Conductor) 

YPS 9, 10 

SPFTY 9, 10, 11 (President) 

International Club 11, 12 

(President) 

Math Team 11, 12 

CMSS Chamber Music 11, 12 

"Without music, life would be 

a mistake." 

-Friedrich Nictzsch- 

Becs, Becky 



Unity Club 

Indoor Track 

Outdoor Track 

Springfield Targets Drum and 

Bugle Corps. 

"It's too late to regret the past 
so live for the future." 

Lyssy 




Myssya I.. Clark 



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Football 9, H), II, 12 




1 Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12 

"Every morning a gazelle 




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1 wakes up. It knows it must 




1 lose an ounce of sweat to save 


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1 a gallon of blood. At the same 


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1 time a lion wakes up knowing 


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1 the difference between a champ 


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1 and a chump is you. All that 


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I matters is you get it done." 


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Jimmy, Cli-yi-yine, James 


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Nicholas Cline 






Track 9, 10, 11, 12 










"Always acknowledge a 
fault. This will throw those in 






authority off their guard and 








give you an opportunity to 








commit more." 








-Mark Twain 




















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Craig Colburn 






Yearbook 11, 12 
Key Club 9, 10,11 
Track 9, 10, 11, 12 
Senior Class Play 
Powder Puff 

"Happiness can be found, even 
in the darkest of times, if one 
only remembers to turn on the 
light." 

-J.K.R 

Collins 



Sarah Collins 




Football 9, 10, 11, 12 
Men's Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12 (Sec- 
tion Leader) 

Young Republicans 11, 12 
CCD Teacher 11, 12 
Altar Server 9, 10, 11,12 
Eagle Scout 
Little League Baseball Umpire 

"Let's Roll" -Todd Beamer 

"Speaker softly and carry a big 
stick." -Theodore Roosevelt 

"A lie can travel halfway 
around the world while the 
truth is putting on its shoes." 
- Mark Twain 

Hammer time, Collard Greens, 
Collins 



30 Seniors 









Indoor Track 9 


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Dance Team 9, 10 (Captain 10) 


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Women's Chorus 9 


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La Capella 10, 12 


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Track & Field 10, 11 


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Powder Puff Game 






Action Business Services 12 


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"The hardest battle you're ever 


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be you." 






"We could all take a lesson 


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some are dull, some beautiful, 


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some ugly & some have weird 


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names. As different as they are, 1 
they all have to learn to live in 
the same box." 


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Natasha Conti 




Tasha, Natushy, Tush, Ugg 

















Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12 




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"Let's go, Chop Chop." 
-Mrs. Murphy 

"Sometimes the road less 






traveled is less traveled for a 
reason." 






-Jerry Seinfeld 






Xavi, Z, Zeveriah 








Zev Co&sin 







Yearbook 10, 11, 12 








Senior Class Play 


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Dance 9, 10, 11, 12 1 








Powder Puff Game 1 








La Capella 9, 10 1 








"For whatever we lose, it's 1 


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Alexandra Coutu 




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Alexander Cramer 



"Do not believe in anything 
simply because you have 
heard it. Do not believe simply 
because it has been handed 
down for many generations. 
Do not believe in anything 
simply because it is spoken 
and rumored by many. Do not 
believe in anything simply 
because it is written in Holy 
Scriptures. Do not believe in 
anything merely on the author- 
ity of Teachers, elders or wise 
men. Believe only after careful 
observation and analysis, when 
you find that it agrees with 
reason and is conducive to the 
good and benefit of one and all. 
Then accept it and live up to it. 
-Buddha 

Cramer, Alex 



Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12 




Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12 | 


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Indoor Track 9 


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Business Professionals of 


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America 10-12 


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Knitting Club 10 


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CRESCI & BLACK, LLC 10, 


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11,12 


The Translow Group, Inc. 


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"Courage is being scared 


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to death- but saddling up 


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anyway." -John Wayne 


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Tom, Tommy, Cres, T-Bagg 




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Thomas Cresci 



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Cross Country 9, 10, 11, 12 
Standup 11, 12 
Orchestra9, 10, 11,12 
Senior Class Play 
Outdoor Track 10 

"Those who live on dreams 
die fasting." 
-Ben Franklin 



Alto Saxophone 
Track and Field 

"Respice post te, mortalem te 
esse memento." (Look around 
you, remember that you are 

mortal.) 


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Orchestra 9,10,11,12 




Key Club 9, 10, 11 


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Accidentals 12 




Gay/Straight Alliance 11, 12 




China Club 10, 11, 12 




Rough Draft 10, 11, 12 






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madness." 




-Plato 


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Leigh Dale 



Diving 9 

Track and Field 9, 10, 11 

Indoor Track and Field 10, 11, 

12 

NHS 11, 12 

La Cappella 9, 10, 11, 12 

"If you want it, you can have it. 
But you've gotta lean to reach 
out there and grab it." 
-Weezer 

Liz, Lizo 



Elizabeth Davidow 



32 Seniors 




Track 11, 12 

Programming Club 9, 10, 11, 12 

Water polo 12 

Football 9, 10 

"You live and learn. At any 
rate, you live." 
-Douglas Adams 

"Everyone thinks of changing 
the world, but no one thinks of 
changing himself." 
-Tolstoy 

Dean 



II 




Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 12 (Captain) 
Lacrosse 9, 10 

"Far better is it to dare mighty 
things, to win glorious tri- 
umphs, even though checkered 
by failure . . . than to rank with 
those poor spirits who neither 
enjoy nor suffer much because 
they live in a gray twilight that 
knows not victory nor defeat" 
-Theodore Roosevelt 

Dave, Davey 



David Deluca 



Basketball 9, 10, 11 

Volleyball 10, 11, 12 (Captain) 

Track 12 

Powder Puff Game 

Impressions 

Yearbook 

"Don't be dismayed at good- 
byes. A farewell is necessary 
efore you can meet again. And 
meeting again, after moments 
of lifetimes, is certain for those 
who are friends." 

Cait, Caity 




Caitlin Donnelly 




Jack Dowd 



Football 9, 10 , 11, 12 

Track 10, 11, 12 

St. Mary's Basketball Coach 10, 

11,12 

St. Mary's CCD Teacher 11, 12 

St. Mary's altar server 9, 10, 

11,12 

Young Republicans Club 11, 12 

Senior Class Play 

"A coward dies a thousand 

deaths a warrior dies but 

once." 

"It's not the size of the dog in 

the fight, but the size of the 

fight in the dog." 

Dowdy 



1 





Big brother, Big Sisters mentor 

Cheerleading 12 

NHS 11, 12 

Dance 9, 10, 11, 12 

CCD teacher 12 

Key club 9 

Drama Club 9 

"Impossible is just a big word 
thrown around by small men 
who find it easier to live in the 
world they've been given than 
to explore the power they have 
to change it, impossible is not 
a fact. It's an opinion. Impos- 
sible is potential. Impossible is 
nothing." 



Christine Donnelly 



"It's always good to be 
different." 


"Jttk 


Frank the Tank, Tank 


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Lyrics 10, 11, 12 

Softball 9, 10, 11, 12 

Concert Band 9, 10, 11,12 

Mock Trial 9, 10,11,12 

Accidentals 11, 12 

I Cantori 12 

Gay /Straight Alliance 11, 12 

NHS 11, 12 

Interact 10, 11, 12 

School Council Student Rep 9, 10, 

11,12 

All State Chorus 11 

Senior District Chorus 10, 11, 12 

"I can't believe that there are any 
heights that can't be scaled by 
a man... When you believe in a 
thing, believe in it all the way, 
implicitly and unquestionably." 

Sar, Duke, Dukey 












Maladdiction 11, 12 




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Twin Hills 10, 11 
Party Warehouse 12 

"Lay your head down child, I 




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count the bodies like sheep to 
the rhythm of the war drums." 




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-A Perfect Circle 


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Fagan, Foogen, Finnegan 








B^aSijtti 








Alex Fagan 







34 Seniors 



LHS Superfans 

"Hiyo" 

-Ron Burgundy 

". . Compelling and rich. . ." 
-Ron Burgundy 

"Hey, lady in the red hat . . . 

yeah!" 

-Ron Burgundy 

"And Shepherds will be, for thee 
my lord, for thee. Power hath 
descended from thy hand that 
our feet may swiftly carry out 
thy command. So we shall flow 
a river forth to thee and teeming 
with souls shall it ever be." 
-The Boondocks Saints 

Bane 





Rebecca Ernst 



Lyrics 9, 10 , 11, 12 (Section 
Leader) 

I Cantori 10, 11, 12 
Cross Country 9, 10 11, 12 
Indoor Track and Field 9, 10, 11 
Outdoor Track and Field 9, 10, 
11,12 

Concert Band 9, 10, 11, 12 (Sec- 
tion Leader) 

Western Mass Senior District 9, 
10, 11, 12 

All State Chorus 11 
Pep Band 9 , 10, 11, 12 
Senior Class Play 
Powder Puff Game 

"If you want to improve, be 
content to be thought foolish 
and stupid." 
-Epictetus 

Bex, Becca, Bunco, Ernstest 



Cross Country 10, 11, 12 (Cap- 
tain) 

Indoor Track and Field 10, 11, 12 
(Captain) 

Outdoor Track and Field 11, 12 
Class Officer 10, 11, 12 (Secretary 
10, 11, Co-vice President 12) 
Spanish Club 10 
NHS 11, 12 (Vice President 12) 

"Every morning a gazelle wakes 
up. It knows it must outrun the 
fastest lion or it will bill killed. 
Every morning in Africa a lion 
wakes up. It knows it must run 
faster than the slowest gazelle, 
or it will starve, it doesn't matter 
whether you're a lion or a 
gazelle. When the sun comes up, 
you'd be running." 

Odog 




Owen Fenton 



II 







"Every 


man dies, but every 
man truly lives." 
-William Wallace 








Fitzy, C. Fitz 












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Colin Fitzgerald 







Football 9, 10, 11, 12 

Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12 

Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12 

CCD Teacher 

BPA 10, 11 

Camp Counselor 

Teacher's Assistant 

"What you lookin' at, Step yo 

game up" 

-Snoop Dogg 

Fortsch, Furchy, Sparky 




Jonathan Galuska 



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Swimming 9, 10, 11, 12 

Baseball 9, 10 

Carpenter 9, 10, 11, 12 

Landscaper 9, 10, 11, 12 

Jon 



Varsity Hockey 9,10,11,12 
Jet Jotter 

"Set your aspirations high and 

your expectations low. At least 

you won't be disappointed." 

Flanders 




Kevin Flanders 




Horseback Riding 9, 10, 11, 12 

MSPCA Volunteer 11, 12 

Forest Park Zoo Volunteer 9, 

10, 11, 12 

Drama Club 9, 10, 11, 12 

Senior Class Play 

"In the end we conserve what 

we love and we love only what 

we understand." 

-Baba Dioum 

"We make a living by what we 

get, we make a life but what 

we give." 

-Winston Churchill 



Diving 9, 10, 11, 12 


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Outdoor Track and Field 9, 10, j 


Jggg^s 


11,12 




La Cappella 9, 10, 11, 12 


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"The greatest thing you'll ever 




learn, is just to love, and be 
loved in return." 


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-Moulin Rouge 




Garruff-nuggets,.Garoof, Cait 


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Caitlin Garretli 



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BPA9, 10, 11, 12 (President) 


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I Drama Club 9, 10, 11,12 


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GSA11,12 


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1 Lyrics 10, 11, 12 


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1 Men's Chorus 9 


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[ Pep Band 10, 11 
| Greenwood 11 


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Precision Camera Repair 11, 12 


Mass Star Delegate 10 


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"Forget regret, or life is yours 
to miss. No other road, no 




other way. No day but today" 
1 -Rent, Jonathan Larson 


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. Gunther, Gentile 






Anthony Gentile 






Igor Gerasimchuk 



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Wrestling 9, 10, 11, 12 

"My apartment is infested 
with koala bears; it's the cutest 
infestation ever. Way better 
than cockroaches. When I turn 
on the light, a bunch of koalas 
scatter, but I don't want them 
to. I'm like "Hey, hold on fellas, 
let me hold you." We need to 
ship some koalas over here, so 
I can hold one, and pat it on it's 
head." -Mitch Hedberg 

Setti, Grassman 




Andrew Grassetti 




Cross Country 
Indoor Track and Field 
Outdoor Track and Field 

"The open road is still miles 
away, ain't nothing serious we 
still have our fun." 

-Jimmy Eat World 

"You cut me down to size and 
opened up my eyes, make me 
realize what I could not see." 
-Coldplay 

Drew 






Andrew Green 




Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12 

S.A.D.D. 10, 11 (Secretary), 12 

(President) 

Drama Club 9, 10, 11, 12 

Indoor Track and Field 10, 11, 

12 

NHS 11, 12 

Cross Country 11 

Soccer 9, 10 

Women's Chorus 9 

La Cappella 10, 11,12 

"There will be ups and downs, 
smiles and frowns, share 
with me, fairy tales or make 
believe." -Calvin Broadus 

Jen, Greimy, Nennybenny, 
Jenny 



Football 9, 10, 11, 12 
Wrestling 9, 10, 11,12 
Baseball 9 

"A man is a success if he gets 
up in the morning and gets to 
bed at night, and in between 
does what he wants to do." 
-Bob Dylan 

"Big gulps, huh?... Well see you 

later!" 

-Lloyd Christmas 

"I'm Brian Griggs." 

Griggsy, 100%, B-dogg. 



36 Seniors 





Baseball 9 

Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12 

BPA 10, 11 

"There's something special 

bout girl cause you've been on 

my mind all day so hurry, say 

yes and well be on our way." 

-Banks 



Mike Grimaldi 



Class President 9, 12 

Tennis 9, 10, 11, 12 (Captain) 

Soccer 9, 12 

BPA 10, (Officer 11, 12) 

ABC Longmeadow 9, 10, 11, 12 

Crestview Country Club 9, 10, 

11,12 

JCC Youth Coach 9, 10, 11, 12 

JCC Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 

Outing Club 9, 10 

Never try and hustle a hustler, 

Mr. Cain! Actually I believe 

it goes; never con a con-man, 

especially one who's better 

than you are." -Diggstown 

"Never underestimate the 

heart of a champion." 

- Rudy Tomjanovich 

Guru 




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Matthew Grodd 




Young Republicans (President, 
Founder) 


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Cross Country 
Outdoor Track and Field 


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S.A.D.D. 


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Powderpuff 


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"It takes no more time to see 


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the good side of life than it 


takes to see the bad." 


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-Jimmy Buffet 


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Meghan Griswold 



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Carolyn Gross 






Leonid Guyshan 



Rough Draft 

Impressions 

Environmental Club 

Amnesty International 

Key Club 

NHS 

"All this happened, more or 

less. The war parts, anyway, 

are pretty much true." 

-Kurt Vonnegut 

Leo 



NHS 

Football 9, 10, 11, 12 

Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12 

Concert Band 9, 10, 11 

Lyrics 11 

Men's Chorus 9, 10 

"I hated every minute of train- 
ing, but I said, 'Don't quit. 
Suffer now and live the rest 
of your life as a.champion!'" 
-Muhammad Ali 

"Through wisdom is a house 
built, and by understanding it 
is established; and by knowl- 
edge shall every room be filled 
with precious and pleasant 
riches." 
-Proverbs 24:3-4 




Seniors 37 





Football 10, 11, 12 




1 Lacrosse 9, 10, 11,12 




1 Men's Chorus 10, 11, 12 




1 NHS 11, 12 




1 Senior Class Play 

1 Drama Club Pit Orchestra 11 


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1 MSPCA10, 11 

"Tell me what you eat and I'll 




1 tell you who you are." 
J -Brillat-Savarin 




"I'm in a glass case of emo- 


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1 tion." 


-Ron Burgundy 


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I "Experts say that 60% of the 
f time, it works every time." 
-Brian Fantana 


Douglas Haddad 




Doug, D-Hizzle, Mr. TA 



l.ongmeadow Symphony 
Orchestra 9, 10, 11,12 
Lyrics 9, 10, 11, 12 
ICantori9, 10, 11, 12 
Senior District 9, 10, 11,12 
Mass All State 11, 12 
5 College 10, 11, 12 
Senior Class Play 12 

"Everyone has two faces, you 
could be looking at the one that 
woke up on the wrong side of 
the bed." 

Hanifin 




John Hanifin 



Key Club 10, 11, 12 
Impressions 10, 11, 12 
NHS 11, 12 
Track 9, 10, 11 
Greece Trip '06 

"May you build a ladder to the 
stars and climb on every rung. 
And may you stay forever 
young." 

-Bob Dylan 

"It's a magical world, Hobbes 

ol' buddy, let's go exploring." 

-Calvin and Hobbes 

Maggie, Mags 





JCC Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 

Water Polo 12 

Yearbook 12 

ABC Program 9, 10, 11,12 

Outdoor Track and Field 10, 

11,12 

"Everybody wants to go to 
heaven, but nobody wants to 
die. Wars come and go, but my 
soldiers are eternal." -2pac 

"Trap or die." 

-Jeezy The Snowman 

Krazy Kareem 



Kareem Hardaway-Pollard 




Mai lory Harris 



Soccer 9, 10 

Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 

Softball 9, 11, 12 

Delaney House 10, 11 

Big Y 11, 12 

TGI Fridays 12 

Wmass Selects 9 

Connecticut Shamrocks 10 

AIS Hoopfest 9 

Boars Head Festival 10, 11, 12 

Powder Puff Game 

Senior Class Play 

"These are the day we will 
remember. Those are the times 
that wont come again. The 
highest of flames become an 
ember. You gotta live 'em while 
you can." 
-Keith Urban 
Mai, Mais, Molly, Mally, 
Sunny-D 



38 Seniors 





Lauren Mauser 



Track and Field 9,10, 11, 12 

Soccer 9 

Water Polo 

Key Club 

NHS 

"A life spent making mistakes 

is not only more honorable but 

more useful that a life spent 

doing nothing." 

-George Bernard Shaw 

Johnny Malsh 



Swimming 9, 10, 11 ,12 

Yearbook 

Powder Puff Game 

Senior Class Play 

"Your whole life is about to 

change in a way that will never 

be the same. You don't want to 

miss these moments, even the 

sad one's because you'll never 

get them back. So enjoy this 

time." 

-Dawson's Creek 



"So many faces in and out of 




my life. Some will last, some 




will just be now and then. 




Life is a series of hellos and 




goodbyes. I'm afraid its time 




for goodbye again." 


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"There are places I'll remember 


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all my life though some have 


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changed some forever not for 


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better some have gone and 




some remain. All these places 




have their moments with 




lovers and friends." 




-Lennon/McCarthy | 


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Carrie Hemmelgarn 





Ashley Hess 



Field Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Captain) 

Lacrosse 9, 10 

Basketball 9 

Business Professionals of 

America 10, 11, 12 

Jet Jotter 11, 12 

Senior Class play 

Teacher Assistant 

Powder Puff Game 

CCD teacher 

Camp counselor 

"Eventually all the pieces will 
fall into place. Until then laugh 
at the confusion, live for the 
moment, and remember every- 
thing happens for a reason." 
-Unknown 

Hess, Shlee, Ash, Hessadoodle 





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Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12 


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1 Lacrosse 9, 10,11 




1 Men's Chorus 9 




■ Lyrics 10, 11, 12 


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I Concert Band 9 


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1 ICantori 12 


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1 "Humanity only has on true 




1 weapon, and that is laughter." 


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Charles Hopkins 



Cheerleading 9 
Key Club 10, 11,12 
Drama Club 11 
Senior Class Play 
Flute 9, 10, 11, 12 
Romito's Deli 1 1 

"You have brains in your head. 
You have feet in your shoes. You 
can steer yourself in any direction! 
you choose. Your're on your own.l 
And you know what you know, 
And you are the guy who'll 
decide where to go." 
-Dr. Seuss 

T-hos, T-rizzle, Trace, Lynn, 
Teresa 




Tracy Hosley 



Football 9, 10, 11, 12 




Track and Field 9, 11, 12 




Wrestling 10 
Powder Puff Coach 




Men's Chorus 




"Trying is the first step to fail- 


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ing." 

-Homer Simpson 


R"^ X 


"Pain heals, Chicks dig scars, 
and glory lasts forever." 


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-The Replacements 




"Can you tape Laguna for me?" 




-Mike Wenc 




Mo, Moho 


Muhammed Hussain 




Football 

"Those who dream by day are 

aware of many things which 

escape those who dream by 

night." 

-Edgar Allen Poe 

Jon-Jon, Fatback, Johnny Gunz 







40 Seniors 



Football 9, 10, 11, 12 
Class Vice President 10, 11, 12 
Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12 
NHS 11, 12 (Fundraising Chair) 
Debate Team 9, 10, 11, 12 (Co- 
Captain) 

Science league 11, 12 
Powder Puff Coach 
Hand Bell Choir 9, 10, 11, 12 
"Slow beat on the boats against 
the current, born back ceaselessly 
into the past." 
-The Great Gatsby 

"Hold the Rope" 
-John Rauseo 

"These are days you'll remem- 
ber." 
-10,000 maniacs 

Alan, Scotty 



Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12 
Lacrosse 9, 10, 11 
Outing Club 9, 10, 11, 12 
Drums 

Mountain Biking 
Surfing 

"Let me be who I am, yea let me 
kick out the jams, yea I gotta kick 
'em out." 

Tidwell, Seagul Master 





Greg Karamian 



Hockey 
NHS 

"Sometimes the road less 
traveled is less traveled for a 
reason." 
-Jerry Seinfield 

"I have spread my dreams 

under your feet; tread softly, 

because you tread on my 

dreams." 

-William Butles Yeats 

Karamov 





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jOutdoor Track and Field 9, 10, 
11,12 

llndoor Track and Field 10, 11 
Lifeguarding 11, 12 
ISoccer 9 

("Feeling is believing, and I am 
[(feeling fine." 
-Raul Midon 

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Ariel Karolinski 




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Tim Keefe 



Lacrosse 9 
Tim, TK, Keefer 








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Paul Kennedy 



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Track and Field 9 





Longmeadow Big Y 11, 12 




Peer Leadership 12 




"Finish each day and be done 


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with it. You have done what 


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you could, Some blunders 




and absurdities have crept in; 


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forget them as soon as you can. 


Tomorrow is a new day; you 




shall begin it serenely and with 


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too high a spirit to be encum- 


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bered with your old nonsense." 




-Emerson 


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Carly Koerner 



Dance Team 9 
Track and Field 11 
Powder Puff 

"The hardest battle you're ever 
going to fight is the battle just 
to be you." 

" Cuz it's a bittersweet sym- 
phony this life, try to make 
ends meet tour a slave, to 
money then you die. I'll take 
you down the only road I've 
ever been down you now the 
that you to the places where all 
the veins meet. Yeah." 
-The Verve 

Yelz, Yellt, Lena 






Swimming 9, 10, 11, 12 


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I Concert Band 9, 10, 11 




Str/' $v^B 


! "It's not just life, but living. It's \ 
1 the Journey the destination, 
1 and all the points in between." 




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| Swimming 10, 11, 12 




1 Water Polo 11, 12 




1 Outdoor Track 11, 12 


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f N.H.S11, 12 




1 "The edge . . . there is no honest 


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I way to explain it because the 
I only people who really know 
1 where it is are the ones who 




I have gone over." 




I - Hunter S. Thompson 




"I was cured, all right" 


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I -Clockwork Orange 


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1 "If I wasn't from Jamaica then 


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1 why would I be wearing this 
1 hat?" 


Daniel Kurbanov 


- Half Baked 



42 Seniors 



Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12 
Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12 

"Life is one big road with lots 
of signs. So when you're riding 
through ruts, don't complicate 
your mind. Flee from hate, mis- 
chief and jealousy. Don't bury 
your thoughts; put your vision 
to reality. Wake up and live!" 
- Bob Marley 

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Matthew Kusiak 



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Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12 

Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12 

Extreme Sports 

"When everything's coming 

your way, you're in the wrong 

lane." 

"Our generation has had no 

great depression, no great 

war. Our war is spiritual our 

depression is our lives." 

- Tyler, Fight Club 

Labby, Marcus, 
Labber 



Futbol 




Surfing J 
Lyrics 1 


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Jammin' 1 
"Without love we perish" 1 




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Danielle Laliberte 



Cross Country 9, lO(Captain) 

11,12 

Indoor Track 9, 10, 11, 12 

Outdoor Track 9, 10, 11, 12 

Tennis 9 

"Hey lets drink from the cup, 

share some luck, go ahead 

and laugh 'cuz it doesn't cost 

much." 

-Dispatch 

"It is not our achievements, but 

our choices that determine who 

we truly are." 

-Albus Dumbledore 

"So close your eyes, kiss 

yourself goodbye, and think 

about the times and what they 

meant." 

-Green Day 

Dani, Dlalib 



Outdoor track 9 




Indoor Track 10, 11, 12 




Softball 10, ll(Captain), 12 1 


B|fee\J^B 


Powder Puff Game 1 


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Senior Class Play ] 


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La Capella 10, 11, 12 1 






Women's Chorus 9 1 






"Celebrate we will because life 1 


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is short but sweet for certain." 


v* J. | 


B-Unit, Brit 1 






Brittany Lantzakis 



Seniors 43 



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Football 9, 10,11,12 

Basketball 9 


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"1 wont dance unless I hear 
music, I wont scratch my head 
unless it itches , I will not be 
intimidated." 
-Remember the Titans 






Pedro, J. Lap, Bonz 




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Jared Laptas 



Swimming 

"Fly like an eagle into the 
future" 

Tammi, Tee, T. Rose, Rah-rah 
Rose 




Taraira Lasky 



Springfield College 9, 10, 11 
Office max 10, 11 
Civil Air Patrol 10 
Sears 12 
Indoor track 12 

"Patience killed the cat. Know 
why? It waited too long." 

Andy 





Senior Class Play (Producer) 

"Grease" 

J.V Lacrosse 9 

Track and Field 10 

Drama Club 9, 10, 11,12 

Mock Trial 11 

China Club 9, 10, 11, 12 

Knitting Club 9, 10, 11,12 

"And that's the day I knew 
there was this entire life behind 
things... this incrediably benev- 
olent force, that wanted me to 
know there was no reason to 
be afraid, ever... Sometimes 
there's so much beauty in the 
world I feel like I can't take it." 
-Ricky Fitts 



K, K-Dog 




Tennis 9, 10, 11, 12 (Captain) 
Cross Country 11, 12 
Soccer 9, 10 
Indoor Track 9, 10 
N.H.S 11, 12 
Interact 9, 10, 11 
Powder Puff Game 
Senior Class Play 
S.A.D.D 9, 10, 11 (V.P) 12 
(President) 

"Together. . .Always" 

"Don't ever say you're on your 

way down, when God gave 

you style and gave you grace 

and put a smile upon your 

face." 

-Coldplay 

Ali 



44 Seniors 



Key club 9, 10, ll(Governor 

N.E district) 

Key Club 12 (President Key 

Club International) 

Red Robin 11, 12 

B.PA10, 11 

Drama Club 9, 10 

Lacrosse 9, 10 

Knitting Club 9, 10 

Golf 11 

"Everyday begins with pos- 
sibilities. It's up to us to fit 
it with things that move us 
toward progress and pleasure." 

Joe 





Lacrosse 9, 10 11, 12 

Soccer 9 

Indoor Track 9 

Biking 

Outing Club 

"To be ill, is a state of mind." 

-NA 

"The brave and daring may 

live for a short time but the 

cautious will never live." 

Lewis, Lew 



m 

Andrew Lewis 



Squash 

Cross Country 11, 12 

Track 10, 11, 12 

French Club 10, 11, 12 

Interact 11, 12 (Secretary) 

Math Team 10, 11, 12 

Powder Puff Game 

N.H.S 12 

Doctor for a day 11 

Mercy Hospital Volunteer 12 

"Love is the answer at least 

for most of the questions in 

my heart, why are we here 

and where do we go and how 

come its so hard, its not always 

easy and sometimes life can 

be deceiving, I'll tell you one 

thing, its always better when 

were together." 

-Jack Johnson 




J.C.C basketball 11, 12 
Basketball 9, 10 
Track 10, 11, 12 




Gregory Lewis 



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Drama Club, President 


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G.S.A, President 


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Rough Draft Co-Editor 


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Lyrics 


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Amnesty International, Sec- 




retary 


Senior Class Play- director 




French Club 
Interact Club 


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N.H.S 


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"I cheated on a metaphysics 


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exam- 1 looked into the soul of 


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the boy sitting next to me." 


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- Woody Allen 


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Alex, Lit-v, Sasha, A- Lit, Livy, 




Schlitz 


Alexandra Litvinov 









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Varsity Swimming 9, 10, 11, 12 




N.H.S 11, 12 




Science League 11, 12 




Water Polo 11, 12 




Life guarding 10, 11, 12 




Chinese School 9, 10, 11, 12 


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Orchestra 10, 11, 12 


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"If it wasn't for the last minute 


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nothing would get done." 






James Liu 





N.H.S 11, 12 

Key Club Board 10, 11, 12 

Frisbee 12 

Indoor Track 10, 11, 12 

Outdoor Track 11 

Football 9, 10 

Lacrosse 9, 10 

Math Team 11, 12 

"It's a dangerous business, 
going out your door. You step 
onto the road, and if you don't 
keep your feet there's no know- 
ing where you might be swept 
off to." 




Seniors 45 





As Schools Match Wits 9, 10, 




1 11, 12 




1 Math Team 9, 10, 11, 12 




Mock Trail 9, 10, 11,12 




1 Field Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12(Cap- 




1 tain) 




1 Softball 9, 10, 11, 12 


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1 Amnesty International 9 10- 




1 12(President) 




I N.H.S 11, 12 


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< D.L.T9, 10,11, 12 


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I Key Club 9, 10, 11,12 




1 Political work 9, 10, 11, 12 




| International Club 10, 11, 12 




"Life's a banquet and most 




I poor suckers are starving to 




F death." 


Margaret Lonergan 


- Auntie Mame 




Maggie, Mags, Marge, Peggy 



"This is my wish for you: 
comfort; on difficult days, 
smiles; when sadness intrudes; 
rainbow; follows the clouds, 
hugs; when spirits sag, sunset; 
to war your heart, laughter, 
to kiss your lips, beauty; for 
your eyes to see, friendships; 
to brighten your being, faith; 
so you can believe, confidence; 
to know yourself, and love; to 
complete your life" 

"You have brains in your head; 
you have feet in your shoes. 
You can steer yourself in any 
direction you choose. On the 
places you'll go" 

- Dr. Seuss 

Steph 




Stephanie Lu&sier 



N.H.S 11, 12 (Community 
Service Chair) 
Yearbook 11, 12 
Track 9, 10, 11 
Key Club 9, 10, 11 
Spain Trip 10 
Greece Trip 06' 
Powder Puff Game 


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"The Future belongs to those 
who believe in the beauty of 
their dreams" 

-Eleanor Roosevelt 


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M.K 






Mary Kate Lynch 




Varsity Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 

12(Captain) 

Basketball 9, 10 (Captain) 

BPA10, 11, 12 (Officer 11, 12) 

Paddle Tennis 12 

J.C.C Basketball 11, 12 

J.C.C 8th Grade Basketball 

Coach 12 

Celtics Fan 9, 10, 11, 12 

"Save the world" 

- John Rauseo 

A. Mac, Andy Mac 





Field Hockey 9, 10 
I Cross Country 11 
f Track and Field 9 




I B. P. A 11, 12(Vice President) 
i S.A.D.D11, 12 




| Senior Class Play 
I Powder Puff Game 


■Big- 


1 Faith Formation Teacher 11 


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1 Field Hockey Manager 12 
1 Basketball Manager 9 


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1 "And if you listen very hard 
[ the tune will come to you at 




1 last. When all are one and one 




1 is all, to be a rock and not to 


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1 roll." 


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- Led Zeppelin 


Sarah MacDonald 


"Together... Always." 




Sar, SMAC, smaccem 



46 Seniors 






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Soccer 9, 10 
Softball 9, 10, 11, 12 




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"Don't cry because it's over. 
Smile because it happened." 
















Cassandra Mansfield 





Basketball 9 






Mobil 9, 10, 11 1 






Touch of Garlic 10 | 






Kiddly Winks 11 
Powder Puff game 1 










"I wanted a perfect ending. 1 






Now I've learned the hard way, 1 




that some poems don't rhyme, 1 




and some stories don't have a 1 






clean beginning, middle and 1 


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end. Life is about not knowing, 1 






having to change, taking the 1 


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moment, and making the best 1 






of it, without knowing what's 1 


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going to happen next." 


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Kylee Mante 





Track 9, 10, 11,12 1 




Lyrics 10, 11, 12 1 
Orchestra 9, 10, 11, 12 1 


By ■■■ Bins 


Cantori 11, 12 1 




Cross Country 9, 10, 11 1 
Indoor Track 9, 10 1 


Emm \m 


Faith Club 10, 12 1 


"If you don't like something 1 

change it. If you can't change 1 

it, change your attitude." 1 


HT-° Jl 


"the most powerful weapon I 
on Earth is the human soul on 1 


,' JH^A^^■F , .^ ^^H 


fire." 




Jen, Jenny, Jmanz, Manzi, 1 
Shmanz, Jenjen 


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Jennifer Manzi 




Timothy Marinelli 



Track 9, 10, 11, 12 

Saxophone 9, 10, 11, 12 

N.H.S 11, 12 (President) 

Football 9, 10 

Diving 9, 10, 11 

Math League 11, 12 

Science League 11, 12 

Handbell Choir 9, 10, 11,12 

"How many legs does a dog 

have if you call the tail a leg? 

Four; calling a tail a leg doesn't 

make it a leg." 

-Abraham Lincoln 

"Try not to become a man 

of success but rather try to 

become a man of value." 

- Albert Einstein 

Timmy, Bo, Bongo Master, Flex, 
Timberley 




Amanda Man* 



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Swimming 9, 10, 11 

Crew 11, 12 

Lifeguard 10, 11, 12 

Knitting Club 10, 11, 12 

Key Club 9, 10 

Dance 10, 11 

"Cuz these are the days were 

giving, these are the years were 

living these are the moments, 

these are the times, Lets make 

the best out of our lives." 

"To the world you might be 

one person but to one person 

you might be the world." 

Manda, Marsha 



Football 9, 10, 11 






Wrestling 






Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12 


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U.S.M.C D.C Marathon 






Boston Marathon 






"Don't let your dreams be 


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dreams, and this livin' ain't as 


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hard as it seems." 


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"Curiosity killed the cat, but 


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for a while I was suspect." 




"If you listen very hard, the 




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Bernard M 


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Seniors 47 




Crew 11, 12 
N.H.S11,12 
Key Club 11, 12 
Lacrosse 9, 10 
Soccer 9, 10 
Indoor Track 9 

"Dream as if you'll live forever. 
Live as if you'll die today." 
-James Dean 

Mazz 



Golf 11,12 
Hockey 9, 10 
Eagle Scout 

"Don't let them take you down 
you'll have a better world than 
you found." 

"To be yourself is all you can 
do." 

"What is the chemical formula 
for Orange juice." 

Jack, Canada, Jack John, Eagle 
Scout 




John McCarthy 



"They say people in your life 
are seasons and anything that 
happens is for a reason." 
- Kanye West 





Michael McColgan 



Snowboarding 9, 10, 11, 1 2 
Indoor Track 9, 10, 11,12 
Outdoor track 9, 10, 11, 12 
Football 11 
N.H.S11, 12 
Golf 11, 12 

"The best way out is always 
through." 

-Robert Frost 

M n M's, Muzzy, Charlie 
Brown, Good son, 
Mahollcolgan 



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"Listen baby I got something to 
say I got no car and its break- 
ing my heart, but I've found a 
driver and that's a start." 


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"Deep in the jungle where the 
mighty tiger lies. . . " 


Wi 
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Caitlin McDonough 





48 Seniors 






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Baseball 9, 10 
Football 9, 10, 12 




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Outdoor Track 11 


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C.V.S 11 
CCD teacher 12 




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"God grant me the serenity 
to accept the things I cannot 


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change, the courage to change 




"- — /" 


the things I can, and the 




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wisdom to know the differ- 






ence." 
-Reinhold Niebuhr 






"Aren't we forgetting the true 
meaning of Christmas? You 






know the birth of Santa. 


Gregory McQuade 


Greg, GmcQ 



Drama 9, 10, 11 (Board 




Member) 1 




S.A.D.D 11, 12 (Secretary) 1 




N.H.S11, 12 




E.Q.U.U. S9, 10, 11,12 | 




Senior Class Play 1 




Horseback Riding 9, 10, 11, 12 1 




Majestic Theater Internship 11 J 




Interact 10, 11 | 


BIIBMpr ".^y 


Babysitting 9, 10, 11, 12 1 




Tutor 9, 10, 11 


HH " Mi 




"All words that rhyme mean 1 


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the same thing." 


■* *i 1 


-Bob Dylan 1 




Hmics, Nanners 1 






Hannah Micley 



Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12 

Symphony Orchestra 9, 10, 

11,12 

CCD teacher 11, 12 

Science League 12 

Golf Caddie 9, 10 

Football 9, 10 

Water Polo 11, 12 

Basketball 9 

Alter Server 9, 10 11, 12 

Indoor Track 12 

'The wisest men follow their 

own direction." 

-Euripides 

"Many of life's failures are 

people who did not realize 

iow close they were to success 

when they gave up." 

- Thomas Edison 

Miehmer, Mime 




Connor Miehm 









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Hari Mylvaganam 



Tennis 10, 11, 1 2 

Concert Band 9, 10, 11 

N.H.S 11, 1 2 

Key Cub 10, 11, 12 

Science League 11, 12 

"The longer I live the more 

I see that I am never wrong 

about anything." 

- George Bernard Shaw 

"Failure is not an option it's a 

nagging possibility that helps 

me stay focused." 

Mylvag, Hair 




Tennis 10, 11, 12 

N.H.S 11, 12 

Key Club 10, 11, 12 

Science League 11, 12 

Pep Band 9, 10, 11 

" I don't wan to achieve 

immortality through my work; 

I want to achieve immortality 

through not dying." 

- Woody Allen 

" First they ignore you; then 

they laugh at you, then they 

fight you, then you win." 

- Mahatma Gandhi 

Rube, Rubes, Mylvag 



Ruben Mylvaganam 



Ultimate Frisbee 11, 12 




(Captain) 


j0t 9^_ 


N.H.S 12 


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Key Club 11, 12 


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(Board Member) 


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Indoor Track 10, 11,12 


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" Long you live and high you 


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fly and smiles you'll give and 


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tears you'll cry and all you 




touch and all you see is all your 


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life will ever be." 


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- Pink Floyd 


^A. ^■P^ 


Nelson, Nelly 






Ryan Nelson 



Senior-- 4 11 




Lyndsey Neville 



Indoor track and Field 9, 10, II, 

12 (Captain) 

Track and Field 9, 10,11,12 

Orchestral 10,11,12 

Life Guarding 11, 12 

Senior Class Play 

"If you keep on believing the 
dream that you wish will come 
true." 

-Cinderalla 

Neville, LNev 



Wind Ensemble 9, 10, 11, 12 
Jet Jotter 10, 11,12 
Impressions 9, 10, 11, 12 
N.H.S11, 12 
Drama Club 9, 10,11,12 

" One can never creep when 
one feels an impulse to soar." 
- Helen Keller 

" I want to stand as close to the 
edge as 1 can without going 
over. Out on the edge you see 
all the kinds of things you can't 
see from the center." 

- Kurt Vonnegut 

" Back up the rude train." 

Emmer, Em, Emmafer 




^mma Newcombe 





Tennis 9, 10, 11, 12 (Captain) 
Wind Ensemble 9, 10, 11, 12 
Key Club 10, 11, 12 
N.H.S 11, 12 
Sr. Districts 10, 11, 12 

"Finish each day and be done 
with it. You have done what 
you could; some blunders 
and absurdities have crept in; 
forget them as soon as you can. 
Tomorrow is a new day; you 
shall begin it serenely and with 
too high a spirit to be encum- 
bered with your old nonsense." 
- Ralph Waldo Emerson 

Stina, Sti 




John Niedzwiecki 



Diving 

Track and Field 

Anime Club 

" Prepare for the worst, hope 
for the best, and take what 



" Pick up what's left of your 
shattered mind, forget the 
pieces you left behind." 
- Roxanne M. 

OC, Dictator 



CVS 11, 12 
CCD teacher 12 
Demolay9, 10, 11,12 

" Take your time... don't live 
too fast, troubles will come and 
they will pass." 
- Lynard Skynard 

Goofy, Nedz, Niedzwiecki, 
Johnny 




Heather O'Connell 



50 Seniors 




Cheerleading 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Captain) 

CCD12 

Esscentials 9, 10, 11,12 

Yearbook 12 

Senior Class Play 

"A girl should be two things, 

Classy and Fabulous." 

- Coco Chanel 

O'Donnell, Liner, Megs, O'D 



Meghan O'Donnell 



Swimming 9, 10, 11, 12 






(Captain) ] 

Field Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12 1 

(Captain) ] 

Drama Club 9, 10, 11, 12 ] 


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SCC Lifeguard 10, 11, 12 1 






Women's Chorus/La Capella 9, 1 
10,11,12 


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N.H.S11, 12 ] 






CCD teacher 10, 11, 12 






"Stay classy San Diego." 1 
- Anchorman 1 


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"Together... Always" 1 






Kell, Kells, Kelly-ellen ] 








Kellen O'Gara 





Water polo 

'If it bleeds, then we can kill 
it." Arnold Schwarzenegger 

Dumps 




Gregory Omartian 




Lindsay Palazzi 



Lyrics 10, 11, 12 

La Capella 9 

Concert Band 9, 10, 12 

(Section Leader) 

Varsity Cheerleading 9, 10, 11, 

12 (Captain) 

Spanish Club 10, 11 

Yearbook 10, 11, 12 

NHS 11, 12 

Senior Class Play 

"So much time and so little to 

do. Wait a minute. Strike that. 

Reverse it." - Willy Wonka 

"Nothing is so impenetrable 

as laughter in a language you 

don't understand." - William 

Golding 

Palaz, Linds 




Women's Chorus 9 

Lyrics 10, 11, 12 

I Cantori 10, 11, 12 

Senior District 12 

All State 12 

All State Jazz 12 

Big Y 11, 12 

'Hey mister tambourine man, 

play a song for me" 

- Bob Dylan 

"Ok... I gotta go now." 
- The Ramones 

Maddie, Meds 



ladalyn Palmer 



Horses 9, 10, 11,12 






Concert Band 9, 10, 11, 12 ] 






Senior Class Play \ 






"Your horse is not disobedient, 1 






he is fresh." 
- George Morrison 1 






"Courage is not the absence j 






of fear, but rather the judg- ] 


1 ^^ j J^M 




ment that something is more I 






important than fear. The brave 1 






may not live forever, but the 1 






cautious do not live at all." 






- The Princess Diaries 1 






Papal 1 


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Seniors 51 



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Ski team 
Jet Jotter 

"If you would be a real seeker 
of truth, it is necessary that 
at least once in your life you 
doubt, as far as possible of 
things." 

- Rene Descartes 



"I may not have gone where 
I intended to go, but I think I 
have ended up where 1 needed 
to be." 

- Douglas Adams 

Dana Banana, Day, Little D, 
Pequena D, Dona Gonzalez 




Dana Peck 



Football 9, 10, 11, 12 

Ski Team 9, 10, 11, 12 (Captain) 


Jfi«#k^' 


"History is written by those 
who have hanged heroes." 
- Braveheart 


B ^ i 


"You can take away our 
phones and you can take away 
our keys, but you can't take 
away our dreams." - "That's 
right, because we like sleeping 
through them." 

- Night at the Roxbury 


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Pecker, Peckers, Peck 




Geoffrey Peck 




Dylan Petitt 



Wrestling 9, 10, 11,12 

Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12 

Soccer 10 

Football 9 

Tennis 

Landscaping - Twin Hills, 

Nantucket Landscaping 

"Ingenuity, plus courage, plus 
work, equals miracles." 

- Bob Richards 

"You don't get to choose how 
you're going to die, or when, 
you can only decide how 
you're going to live. Now!" 
- Joan Baez 

Petitt 




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Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12 (Assistant 

Captain) 

Baseball 9, 11 

Key Club 

USA Hockey Official 

Hockey Coach 

"It's not the size of the dog in 
the fight, it's the size of the 
fight in the dog." 

"Five Hole" Phil, Phil, B.Phil 



Brian Phillips 



Football 9, 10, 11, 12 

Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12 

NHS 11, 12 

BPA 

Debate 

Joe 




Joseph Piccuirro 



52 Seniors 



II 




Football 9, 10, 11 

Wrestling 10, 11 

Track & Field 11, 12 

Men's Chorus 9, 10, 11, 12 

Senior Class Play 

"To give anything less than 

your best is to sacrifice the 

gift." - Steve Prefontaine 

"Hey, let's drink from the cup 

and share some luck, go ahead 

and laugh cause it don't cost 

much." - Dispatch 

Rob, Ropo, Pohli 



Robert Pohli 



"Life is too important 

to be taken seriously." 

- Oscar Wilde 






Ben 


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Benjamin Porway 




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Senior Class Play 
Powder Puff 

"Wherever life takes you, big 

cities, small towns, you will 

inevitably come across small 

minds. People who think they 

are better than you are. People 

who think that material things 

or being pretty or popular 

makes you a worthwhile 

human being. But none of these 

things matter unless you have 

strength of character, integrity, 

and a sense of pride... So when 

you meet a person for the first 

time, please don't judge them 

by their station in life. Because, 

who knows, that person just 

might end up being your best 

friend." - Dawson's Creek 



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Sophomore Class President 


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Foreign Exchange 11 


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B.PA 11, 12 (Vice President) 


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Greece Trip 


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N.H.S 


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Lacrosse 9, 10 


film <i^ ^ j 


Cross Country 10, 11 


/ jiff ^ 1 


Soccer 9 


Jul 1/ 


Indoor Track 10 


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"I'm glad 1 did it. Partly 


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because it was well worth 


it, but chiefly because I shall 


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never have to do it again." 


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Maddy, Mads, Reavo 1 




Madeleine Peavev 



Senior-- i\i 




Lacrosse 9, 10, 11,12 

Soccer 9, 10, 11 

Wind Ensemble 10, 11,12 

Mock Trial 9, 10 

B. P. A 10, 11,12 

"A wrong decision is better 
than indecision," 

- Tony Soprano 

Brettsky, Reiter 



"Bite my lip and close my eyes. 
Take me away to Paradise." 
-Billie Joe Armstrong 






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John Reusch 




Lyrics 9, 10, 11, 12 (Section 

Leader 11, 12) 

I Cantori 10, 11, 12 

All State 10, 11, 12(Jazz 12) 

N.H.S 11, 12 

Volleyball 9, 10, 11, 12(Captain) 

Mock Trial 9, 10, 11, 12 

S.A.D.D 12 (Treasurer) 

"Pop the cork, a champagne 
glass. Raise to the future, drink 
to the past. Thank the Lord for 
the friends he cast in the play 
he wrote for you." 

-Ellis Paul 

"Laugh its ok" 
-JSL 

Meg, Meggels, Riles 



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Volleyball 9, 10, 11, 12(Captain) 

Tennis 9, 10, 11, 12 (Captain) 

Long. Park and Rec. Volleyball 

Clinic 

Powder Puff 

Senior Class Play 

Yearbook 

" I don't want to wake up and 
realize what I was dreaming 
was right in front of my shut 
eyes. I don't want to stop 
saying hello for fear of saying 
good-bye." 

Ernmly, Dobby 





Football 9, 10, 11, 12 (Captain) 
Baseball 9, 10, 11,12 
Chorus 9, 10 

"My friend asked me if I 
wanted a frozen banana, I sak. 
no, but I wanted a regular 
banana later so I said ya." 
-Mitch Hedberg 

"I'm Brian Griggs" 

- Brian Griggs 

Tony, Oaf, T Rizzle 



Anthony Riley 



CCD teacher 9, 10, 11, 12 
Yearbook 12 
Young Republicans 12 
Powder Puff game 
Senior Class Play 

"Remember, if you ever need 
a helping hand, it's at the end 
of your arm. As you get older, 
remember you have another 
hand. The first is to help 
yourself, the second is to help 
others." 




Angelina Qinaldi 



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Ice Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12 




Bane's Attic Club 11, 12 




Juan Pablo Montoya Fan Club 




11,12 


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Disgustang Racing 


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LSC 


Aw 


"The worst shot is the one you 
don't take." 


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Dre, Dre-Funk, Red Light, G.S. 


Andre Robitaille 



Women's Group 9 

Women's Chorus 9 

Dance Team 9, 10 

La Capella 10, 11, 12 

Powder Puff 12 

Storrs Library 12 

The Local Phone Company 12 

"Yesterday is but a dream and 

tomorrow is only a vision. But 

today well lived, makes every 

yesterday a dream of happiness 

and every tomorrow a vision 

of hope." 

-Sanskrit Proverb 

"The hardest battle you're ever 

gonna fight is the battle to just 

be you." 

Weenie, J- Weenie, J-Po 




Lyrics 1 

Orchestra 1 

Jazz Band § 

NHS 1 

2005 Grammy Band 1 




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Don't measure the duration of i 
your life in time, but rather in 1 
:hievements and events." 

-David Rosenthal 1 


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Powder Puff Game 12 

"There is no end to the adven- 
tures that we can have if only 
we seek them with our eyes 
open." 

-Nehru 



Marina Qugc 



Golf (Varsity) 10, 11, 12 
Hockey (Varsity) 10, 11, 12 

"The best is yet to come." 

Jake 




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Soccer 9, 10 (Varsity) 
Powder Puff 12 
Lacrosse 9 
Senior Class Play 12 

"Together. . . Always" 

Salvati, Lins, Salvats, Sal 



Lindsay Salvati 



Football 10 

Track 11, 12 

Indoor Track 12 

Basketball Manager (Varsity) 10 

"I am only one, but I am still 
one. I cannot do everything, 
but still I can do something. 
And because 1 cannot do every- 
thing, I will not refuse to do 
something that I can do." 

- Edward Everett 

"The greater the difficulty, the 
more glory in surmounting it." 

- Epictetus 

Dubya, W, Maverick, Mav 




(Samuels 





Benjamin rSchill 



Outdoor Track 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Captain) 

Indoor Track 9, 10, 11, 12 

(Captain) 

NHS 11, 12 

Key Club 11, 12 

Jet Jotter 12 







"There is nothing impossible to 
him who will try." 

-Alexander 

"Ladies and gentlemen, can I 
please have your attention. I've? 
just been handed an urgent ani 
horrifying news story. I need 
all of you to stop what you are 
doing and listen. Cannonball!" 
- Ron Burgundy 

Schilly, Schillman, Schillberg 




Programming Club 9, 10, 11, 

12(President) 

Science Club 9, 10, 11, 12 

Bowling 10, 11, 12 

Big Y 10, 11, 12 

Boy Scout 9, 10, 11, 12 

"A genuine leader is not a 

searcher for consensus, but a 

molder of consensus." 

Schroydoy 



Matthew &hroyer 



;Y10, 11, 12 
Bottle 9, 10 

"Each small victory improves 
the odds that will triumph at 
the moment of truth." 



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(Steven ©elden 



National Honor Society 11, 12 
Steve-o 



Soccer 10, 11 ] 

China Club 10, 11, 12 1 

Ultimate Frisbee 12 1 




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"How happy is the blame- 1 

less vestal's lot! The world 1 

forgetting by the world forgot. I 

Eternal sunshine of the spotless 1 

mind!" 1 


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Ryan (Shapiro 



Unity Club 10, 11 (Treasurer), 

12(President) 

Outdoor Track and Field 10, 

11,12 

La Cappella 9, 10, 11, 12 

" Wake-up in the morning, 

look at yourself in the mirror, 

and say 1 love me'. Even with 

all your flaws and all your 

downfalls, you're still the best 

because of who you are." 

-Mary Mary 

Shaw, Shawdizzle, Ashy, Ash 





Football 9, 10, 11, 12 

JCC Basketball 11, 12 

Lacrosse 9 

Track 10 

Men's Chorus 9 

Lyrics 9, 10, 11 

Young Republican Club 11 

CVS 12 

"We may lose or we may win, 

but we'll never be here again 

so open up I'm climbing in and 

take it easy" 

-The Eagles 

"We don't talk about it, we be 
about it" 

-Willi Mcbinest 

Mike, Mikev 





John (Shicko 



Golf 9, 10, 11, 12 (Captain) 

" One thing kids like is to be 
tricked. For instance, I was 
going to take my little nephew 
to Disneyland, but instead I 
drove him to an old burn-out 
warehouse. 'Oh, no' I said. 
'Disneyland burned down.' 
He cried, but I think that deep 
down, he thought it was a 
pretty good joke. I started to 
drive over to the real Disney- 
land, but it was getting pretty 
late." -Jack Handy 

"Worrying is like a rocking 
chair. It gives you something to 
do, but it doesn't get you any- 
where." -Van Wilder 

Shicko, Shcoot 



Soccer 9 

Baseball 9, 10, 11 

Wrestling 9, 10, 11,12 

Fish weaving Club 9, 10 

Tree Climbing Team 10, 11 

" It's very dangerous to wave 

to people you don't know 

because what if they don't have 

hands? They'll think you're 

cocky." 

-Andrew Grassetti 

Shotty 




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Cheerleading 10, 11 

Subway 10,11 
Six Flags 11, 12 
Target 12 

"If I had to live my life again, 
I'd make the same mistakes, 
only sooner." 

-Tallulah Bankhead 

Cookie, Chris 


Christine Simmons 



Volunteer 9, 10, 11, 12 
Cheerleading 9, 10, 11 
Powder Puff 12 




"Life might not be the party we 
hoped for, but while we're here 
we might as well dance." 




Val 






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Valerie Skalinsky 




Anime Club (Vice President) 
Skiing 

Nick 



Nicholas (Soar 




Daniel Skehan 



Programming Club 10, 11, 12 

(Treasurer) 

Wrestling 10, 11 

Guitar 9, 10, 11,12 

Key Club 10, 11, 12 

Armata's 10, 11, 12 

"Our imagination is the only 
imit to what we can hope to 
have in the future." 

Dan, DS, Mr. Dan 



Key Club 9, 10, 11, 12 
Drama Club 9, 10 
Senior Class Play 12 
Knitting Club 10, 11 
Yearbook 12 

"Dream as if you'll live forever, 
live as if you'll die today." 




Michelle Squires 



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Key Club 10, 11, 12 






USY 10, 11, 12 






Drama Club 9, 10 


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-Ashton Kutcher 


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Sarbear, Squirrel, Squires 


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Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 
Soccer 9 

Stambo 





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Basketball 11, 12 (Varsity) 

Track and Field 10, 11, 12 

(Varsity) 

Water Polo Club 11, 12 

(Founder) 

Band 9, 10, 11, 12 

Key Club 10, 11, 12 

"Excellence is not a singular 

act, but a habit. You are what 

you repeatedly do." 

-Shaq Daddy-The 

Big Aristotle 

Stanks 



Alexander Stankiewicz 



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Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12 


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Indoor Track 9, 10, 11,12 

Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12 

Track and Field 11, 12 

Senior Class Play 


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"We used to sit and wonder 

about the future. But now I'm 

thinking that today sounds fine 


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Water Polo Club (Founder and 

Captain) 

Tennis (Captain) 

Swim Team 

NHS (Chairman) 

Science League 

Key Club 

"History will be kind to me for 
I intend to write it." 

Stein 




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James Sullivan 



Basketball (Varsity) 
Football 9 
Baseball 
Basketball Coach 

"It's not the size of the dog in 
the fight, it's the size of the 
fight in the dog." 

"There's no such thing as a free 
meal." 

Jimmy, J Sul 



Senior Class Play 
Powder Puff 

"I always tell the girls, never 
take it seriously. If you never 
take it seriously, you never get 
hurt. If you never get hurt, you 
always have fun, and if you 
ever get lonely, you just go to 
the record store and visit your 
friends." 

-Almost Famous 




Kristyn Sullivan 



Wind Ensemble 11, 12 

Lyrics 12 

Indoor Track 9, 10, 11 

LCTV 12 

Baseball 9 

Concert Band 9, 10 

"Take everything life has to 
offer, you only get to like it 
once." 

Zack 




Zachary Sweeney 







The Disposables 9 






The Alternatives 10, 11 






Men's Chorus 10, 11,12 






Jet Jotter 10 
Bottle Shop 9 
Armata's 10 






Senior Class Play 


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"When I throw away my past 


1 


mistakes and complete my 




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Lee Taylor 




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Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12 






Basketball 9, 10, 11, 12 




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Softball 9, 10, 11, 12(Captain) 
Athletic Internship 9, 10, 11, 12 
Powder Puff 
CCD 9, 10, 11, 12 




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"I've missed more than 9,000 
shots in my career. I've lost 
almost 300 games, 26 times I've 
been trusted to take the game 


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winning shot and missed. I've 
failed over and over, over again 






in my life. And that is why I 
succeed." 




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Teed, Maris, Teeder 


Marissa Teed 



Chilling 
Relaxing 
Chillaxing 
Hanging out 

"I'm out." 

- W.J. Plaut, quoting Scareface 

from Half Baked 

"The man a.k.a MC Skywalker 
a.k.a L.T Smash" 




Luke Thomas 



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Liya Tochilnikova 



Dance Team 9, 10 

Storrs Library 9, 10 

Dance 9, 10, 11, 12 

Longmeadow Flowers 11 

S.P.F.T.Y 11, 12 

Senior Class Play 

"When you judge another, you 

do not define them, you define 

yourself." 

-Wayne Dyer 

"Life is short, don't waste time 

worrying about what people 

think of you. Hold on to the 

ones that care, in the end they 

will be the only ones there." 

Liyachka 



Class treasurer 11, 12 




Impressions 11 i 




N.H.S11, 12 




Indoor Track 9, 11 




Swimming 10 




Powder Puff 


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Senior Class Play 


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Knitting Club 9, 10 


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"Were breaking and rebuild- 




ing, always growing, always 




guessing." 




-Jack Johnson 




"Saw the whole thing dude. 




First you were all like "whoa" 


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and then you were like 


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"whoa." 




-Finding Nemo 


Jessica Topitzer 


Jess, Jessie, J-Tops, Toppy 





Concert band 9, 10, 11, 12 

Pep Band 9, 10, 12 

B.P.A 12 

Football 11 

Sears, Enfield 11, 12 

"Hi, I'm Troy McClure, you 

may remember me from such 

educational films as, "Two 

Minus Three Equals Negative 

Fun" and "Firecrackers: The 

Silent Killers." 

-Troy McClure 



Tower of Power 




Baseball 9, 10, 11, 12 

Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12 

Basketball 9, 10, 11 

I'm not here to judge." 








Orchestra 

Senior Class Play 

Track 

Cross Country 

Ultimate Frisbee 

'No, were never gonna survive 

unless we get a little crazy." 

-Sea 




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Soccer 9, 10,11, 12 

Track 9, 10 

"Enthusiasm is everything. It 

must be taught like a guitar 

string." 

Tremble 



Swimming 9, 10, 11,12 
Softball 9, 10, 11, 12 

Impressions 10, 11, 12 

Water Polo 11, 12 

Senior Class Play 

Powder puff 

N.H.S11. 12 

Don't just Sit There 9, 1 0, 1 1 , 1 2 

"Shoot for the moon. Even 
if you miss, you will land 
amongst the stars." 
-Lee Brown 

Rona, Ray 




Qayna Trietsch 



Photographer at Ashley Photo 

"The brave and the daring may 
live for a short time, but the 
cautious will never live." 

Ralph, Franco, Ralphie 




Qaffaele Truoiolo 





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Basketball 

Lent Streetz, Ace Boogie 



Vilenti Tulloch 



B.PA 10, 11, 12 
Basketball 9, 10 
Soccer 9 

Senior class Play 
CCD Teacher 10, 11,12 

"Memory is a way of holding 
onto the things you are, the 
things you love and the things 
you never want to loose." 

"Together.. .always" 

Er, E. Tuo, Tuohey, TuTu 



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Key club 9, 10, 11, 12 

Senior Class Play 

Powder Puff Game 

Yearbook 

Sumner and Toner Insurance 

Agency 11, 12 

N.H.S 11, 12 

"Keep away from people who 

try to belittle your ambitions. 

Small people always do that, 

but the really great make you 

feel that you , too can be great." 

- Mark Twain 

J-Fer 



Jennifer Turcotte 



Yearbook 11, 12 (Editor) 

Track and Field 9, 10, 11 

Key Club 9, 10 

Powder Puff 

Drama Club 9 

CCD Teacher 11, 12 

N.H.S 11, 12 

"I'll lean on you and you lean 

on me and we'll be okay." 

"If you keep on believing, the 

dreams that you wish will 

come true." 

-Cinderella 

"There are places I'll 

remember, all my life though 

some have changed some 

forever not for better some 

have gone and some remain." 

- The Beatles 




La Cappella 9, 10, 11 

Accidentals 11 J 

Indoor Track 10 1 

Yearbook 12 1 


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Powder Puff 1 


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"Life is far too important a 1 

thing ever to talk seriously 1 

about." -Oscar Wilde 1 


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Abigail TVohig 




Softball 9, 10, 11, 12 

Field Hockey 9 

Volleyball 10 

Indoor Track 9, 

La Capella 9, 10, 11, 12 

"Work hard, play hard." 

"Life goes on." 

'Kit-Kat .hating us wont make 

you prettier." 

Kate, KV, Vince Kit-Kat 



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Kaitlin Vincent 




Track 9, 10, 11, 12 

'Live like you're dying." 
Squirrel, Wargzy 



(Stephanie Warga 



Plaut Invitational 11, 12 

Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12 

Track and Field 11,12 

Senior class Play 

Leaf Eaters 10, 11,1 2 

Basketball 9, 10 

Ski Team 9, 10 

"I made my life out of a stack 

of wood." 

-O.A.R 

"Emancipate yourself from 
mental slavery, none but our- 
selves can free our minds." 
- Bob Marley 

Hot Fresh 




Mai I hew Webber 



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Football 9, 10, 11, 12 

Baseball 9, 10 

J.C.C Basketball 11, 12 

B.P.A 10, 11,12 

Youth basketball Coach 12 

"Take care of your memories. 
For you can not relive them." 
-Bob Dylan 

J-Dub, Mr. Negative 



Wrestling 10, 11,12 

B.P.A 11, 12 

Crew 11 

Basketball 9 

Volunteer at the Fire Dept. 9, 

10,11 

The UPS Store 

"Those who tried have 
achieved much more than 
those who never have." 

Matt, M. Weiss 




Matthew Weiss 



Gymnastics 9, 10, 11, 12 
N.H. Sll, 12 




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La Capella 10, 11, 12 
Women's Chorus 


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"As your Attoreny, I advise 

you to rent a very fast car with 

no top." 

-Fear and Loathing in Las 

Vegas 








Qachel Wei&s 






Football 9, 10, 11, 12 
Lacrosse 9, 10, 11 

"Its better to burn out than to 
fade away." 
-Neil Young 

"Too much business." 
-ME 



Hockey 9, 10, 11, 12 Captain 
Lacrosse 9, 10, 11,12 
Yearbook Sports Editor 11, 12 
Key club 9, 10 
U.S.A Hockey official 

"When you arrive at the fork L 
the road, take it." 

Pauly, Weisser, P-Wise 



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Track Coach 9, 10, 11, 12 

Men's chorus 9, 10, 11, 12 

Lyrics 12 

Senior District 11, 12 

Senior Class Play 12 

Ski Team 9, 10 

CCD Teacher 12 

"To teach is to learn twice." 
-Isocrades 

Zach 



Zacharey Williams 



Soccer 9, 10, 11, 12 Captain 

Lacrosse 9, 10 

Powder Puff 

Senior Class Play 

Basketball 9, 10 

Track and Field 11 

Be who you are and say what 

you feel because those who 

mind don't matter and those 

who matter don't mind." 

-Dr. Seuss 

"And you discover that the 
Derson you thought you were 
is no match to the one you 
really are." 
-Unknown 

Ky, Yams, Yammie 





Ski Team 10, 11, 1 2 Captain 

Lacrosse 10 

Basketball 9 

Senior Class Play 

Intern with Pete 9 

Bay State Games Lacrosse 

'Be who you are and say how 

you feel because those who 

mind don't matter and those 

who matter don't mind." 

- Dr. Seuss 

Tan, Tany 





Samuel Wise 



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Football 9, 10, 11,12 

Lacrosse 9, 10, 11, 12 Captain 

Swimming 9, 10, 11 




"Dudes there's nothing." 
- Jared Laptas 


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Todd Young 





Soccer 9 ^ 




U.S.Y9, 10, 11, 12 


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C.I.S.V9, 10, 11, 12 




Interact 10, 11, 12 




French Club 10, 11, 12 




Yearbook 11, 12 




"To accomplish great things, 
we must not only act but 




dream, not only plan but 
believe." 




-Anatole France 




"This is the time when I can 




finally say that this has all been 1 




wonderful, but now I'm on my 1 




way." 
-Phish 


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FOLLOWING SENIORS WHOSE 
PHOTOGRAPHS ARE UNAVILABLE: 
Jace Labonte 
Andrea Marino 
Matthew Ogden 
David Reburn 
Jonathan Fell 
Thomas Gregorich 
Margarita Sukonik 
Patrick Adams 
Yedidia Pollack 
Jonathan Saffer 
Jared Bertuzzi 
Kevin Greenburg 
Joseph Papurzynski 
Alexandra Low 






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Junior Class Officers and Advisors 



Casey Adams 

Erica Albert 

Matt Alexandra 

Bryanna Alger 

Steven Al-Husseini 

Barry Almeida 



Brendan Anderson 

Haley Anderson 

Jacquelyn Andrews 

Katie Arrowsmith 

David Art 

Joshua Auerbach 



Marisa Ayotte 

Kathryn Bagley 

Joseph Baker 

Patrick Baker 

Jeffrey Balaban 

Jessica Ballis 



70 Underclass 




Katherine Basile 
Thomas Bearce 
Autumn Beaulac 
Stephanie Begg 
Erika Belezarian 
Patrick Bellenoit 



Matthew Berg 
Whitney Birtwell 
Margot Bitzer 
John Blain 
Meghan Blakeman 
Jeffrey Bloom 



Vincent Branchini 
Sean Brenker 
Lauren Broderick 
Shannon Brown 
Andrew Burke 
Eamonn Byrne 



Neil Carroll 
Jeemin Chang 
Melody Chou 
Richard Churchill 
Michael Clark 
Christopher Clough-Segall 



John (Jack) Coady 
Anna Conn 
Edward Comini 
Kevin Conley 
Jared Coughlin 
Deborah Covey 



Kara Croteau 
Alexander Dalsey 
Vincent D'Angelo 
Kiara Daniels 
Tyler Dawson 
Nicholas Deluca 



Nino Demarco 
Robert Diamond 
Sarah Dickstein 
Melanie Dionisi 
Meagan Dobson 
Bridget Dohert) 



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Christopher Donahue 

Zachary Dragone 

Nora Drapalski 

Natalie Drucker 

Linna Duan 

Lindsey Dybdahl 



Jeffrey Emanuel 

Rebecca Engell 

Bridget Fallon 

Vanessa Fede 

Cesare Federico 

James Filomeno 



Nicholas Fioretti 

Geoffrey Flemati 

Meghan Foley 

Kristine Fox 

Benjamin Freedman 

Stephen Fydenkevez 



Nicholas Gang 
Brandon Gauthier 

Jonathan Gogel 
Mike Green 

Alyssa Grumoli 
Alejandro Guardia 



Luzed Guzman 

Courtney Halista 

Courtney Hall 

Jessica Halpern 

Ryan Harrison 

Daniel Haryasz 



Andrew Hayes 

John Hayes 

Molly Heffernan 

Matthew Hibert 

William Higgins 

Nathan Hirsch 



Caroline Hobert 

Caitlin Humphrey 

Thomas Hurley 

Rehan Hussain 

Nicolino (Nick) Iavicoli 

Kristin Joyce 




72 Underclass 




Scott Judson 
Nicholas Kadushin 
Alexander Kapinos 
Daniella Kaye 
Cameron Keady 
Tyler Keane 



Anne Kearing 
Hillary Kellett 
Samantha Kelly 
Da-hae Kim 
Thomas King 
Alyssa Kipetz 



Krista Koerner 
Brittany Komack 
Bryan Korman 
Nathaniel Kornet 
Timothy Kreinest 
Courtney Kukla 



Rachael Kusiak 
Matthew Lachiusa 
Lauren Lafountain 
John Lake 
Benjamin Lakritz 
Jazlene Lasanta 



Louis Lasko 
Jonathan Lattell 
James Laurenzano 
Shayniqua Lawson 
Bryant Le 
Andrew Lee 



Elisabeth Lee 
Megan Lee 
Thea Libbos 
Abbey Licht 
Matthew Losee 
William MacKenzie 



Brett Madnick 
Julia Manna 
Alexandra Mansfield 
Christina Manzi 
JiUian Manzi 
Matthew Marotta 



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Jasmine Martinez 

Jessica Mason 

Clayton McGrath 

Ryan McKenna 

Christopher McMahon 

Victor Melikian 



Alexander Mendes 

Dana Mengwasser 

Jacqueline Meth 

Chelsea Miller 

David Miller 

David Garrett Miller 



Rachel Millimet 
Susan Mirkin 
Jadira Mora 
Jazmine Moss 
Mia Muratore 
Brian Murphy 



Shannon Murphy 

Samuel Nadeau 

Christina Nardi 

Anne Neil 

Kayla Nelson 

Arkady Norkin 



Alexandra Novak 

Meaghan O'Leary 

Eric-paul Olsson 

Andrea Ouellette 

Bennett O'Brien 

Neal Patel 



Alexis Payne 

Carly Payne 

Andrew Pettersen 

Crystal Phaneuf 

Tiffany Phaneuf 

Brittany Piccuirro 



Daniel Poisson 

Christopher Provenzano 

Sean Quinn 

Emily Race 

Regina Raschi 

Tyler Reilly-Evans 




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Sally Roberge 
Laura Robinson 
Sara Rome 
Daniel Rossi 
Amanda Routier 
Adam Sampson 



Andrew Samuels 
Alexander Santaniello 
Tyler Saremi 
Tara Sarno 
Zachary Sears 
Christopher Seaton 



Colin Shebar 
Brendan Sheehan 
Tariq Sheikh 
Dana Shypula 
Lisa Simmons 
Sophie Skelton 



Zachary Skole 
Daniel Smith 
Rita Sokolson 
Thomas Sotiropoulos 
Charles Spallino 
Angela Stasiowski 



Jack Steele 
Jamie Sullivan 
Katherine Sutherland 
Richard Talbot 
Maxwell Taylor 
Ya-nais Thomas 



Ya-nerra Thomas 
David Tinervia 
Jonathan Tobiasz 
Mia Tosoni 
Lianna Valdes 
Dustin Van Schouwen 



Mark Varteresian 
Meaghan Veysey 
Kasia Vincunas 
Gina Warga 
Dennis Wells 
Stephanie Whitney 



luniors . ■< 



Anthony Willett 

Nicholas Williamson 

Carrie Wilson 

Erin Wilson 

Jessica Winer 

Patricia Wytrwal 




Dora Yang 



Photos Not Available 

Ginel Bascombe 

Elizabeth Compton 

Brenden Egan 

Alexander Goodkowsky 

Tyler Lawrence 

Corey Marczark 

James McGoldrick 

Edward Mulhern 

Myles Ochoa 

Jillian O'Keefe 

Alfredo Orejuela 

David Packard 

Charles Reilly 

Tamara Sokolson 



76 Underclass 




[uniors 



Class ofiooS ^ 

s oDhomor e s 



ladies OL gentlemen 




Francesco Barbuti 

Jason Bardin 

Michael Barnett 

Scott Beaulac 

Sara Beith 

Rachael Bell 



78 Underclass 




Vasiliy Belyy 
Elizabeth Bennett 
Elizabeth Benoit 
Aviva Berezin 
Alison Berg 
David Berman 



Ellen Berube 
Michelle Blair 
Anna Boborodea 
Anna Bonfiglio 
Daniel Bourdeau 
Paul Brinnel 



Derek Brown 

Egypt Brown-Covington 

Jad Bsat 

Megan Burke 

Kaitlyn Burns 

Samantha Burton 



Anthony Bussolari 
Nicholas Cadirov 
Claire Calderon 
Bryanna Campbell 
Marissa Chechette 
Jackie Cheng 



Theodore Chesbro 
Lauria Chin 
Kayla Clark 
Michael Consedine 
Victoria Cooper 
Sara Covalli 



Timothy Crimmins 
Thomas Croteau 
Alex Cuscovitch 
Taylor Dakers 
Alissa Danalis 
Stefano Daniele 



Brandon Daniels 
Tara DeGiulio 
Alecia D'Entremont 
Shannon DiStefano 
Anthonv Donahue 
Patrick Donnelly 



Sophomores ~° 



Erik Douglas 

John Doyle 

Rebekah Ehrlich 

Keelia Faber 

Meghann Fahy 

Anthony Famiglietti 



Benjamin Fearn 

Samantha Fields 

Kimberly Flanders 

Thomas Foley 

Ryan Fortsch 

Allison Fox 



Matthew Gagne 

Nicholas Gauthier 

David Gentile 

Elizabeth George 

Dmitriy Gerasimchuk 

Emily Gershen 



Jacob Gofman 

Elliott Gordon 

Misha Graham 

Caitlin Grant 

Emma Gray 

David Grayboff 



Brittany Gyllenhammer 

Meredith Hadley 

Betsey Hanke 

Margaret Hanmer 

Kaitlin Hannigan 

Phoebe Harris 



Jasmine Harrison 

Sammi Haskell 

Nicholas Hatzis 

Erin Healy 

Taylor Hedges 

Robert Henderson 



John Henley 

Christopher Hess 

Megan Hibert 

Michael Higham 

Matthew Himmelsbach 

Chase Hobert 



80 Underclass 





Carolyn Hoff 
Samuel Hopkins 
Sarah Hopkins 
Kenneth Howard 
Arthur Hutchins II 
Caitlin Izzo 



Alexa Jacquemin 
Chelsea Janes 
Sarah Janes 
Jason Jordan 
Lauren Karas 
Joseph Katz 



Nathanael Kearse 
Jeffrey Kelly 
Peter Kenney 
Sean Kenney 
Sohee Kim 
Gabrielle Krach 



Ian Krach 
Kelly Kreinest 
Nikolas Kroisi 
Benjamin Kronlund 
Eliana Lakritz 
Dominique Laliberte 



Matthew Lantzakis 
Alexander Latka 
Matthew Lauro 
Jennifer Levy 
Kara Levy 
Samuel Lewis 



Tommy Li 
Benjamin Liebel 
Harrison Liebman 
Peter Login 
Michelle Loizzo 
Frances Lonergan 



Anna Lysik 
Drew Mackenzie 
Mollie Mackler 
Eric Mallows 
Jenna Mancuso 
Alissa Mariano 



Sophomores si 



Nicholas Marinelli 

Casey Markenson 

Madeleine Martin 

Brendon Maryou 

Siobhan Matty 

Kaitlin McCabe 



Andrew McCormack 

Jessica McCoy 

Sean McDermott 

Thomas McDonald 

Sean McDonough 

Sam McGrath 



Arthur McKeithen 

Matthew McLean 

Brian Mernoff 

Gillian Mertens 

Brett Methe 

Christopher Michael 



Julia Miehm 

Madeline Miller 

William Mooney 

Devin Moreland 

Robert Murphy 

Alyssa Neville 



Axel Nilsson 

Zachary Nuzzo 

Elizabeth Olney 

Elizabeth Orr 

Erin O'Brien 

Michael Papale 



James Pappas 

Gavin Parker 

Melanie Pascal 

Rachel Patel 

Jordyn Peck 

Robert Petroff 



Katerina Phillips 

Erica Pierre-Pierre 

Melinda Pinto 

Donna Pohli 

Margaret Poisson 

Daniel Polaski 




82 Underclass 




Rebecca Pratt 
Courtney Preston 
Rae Rasmussen 
Harrison Rea 
James Reardon 
Sarah Reid 



Patrick Reusch 
Hannah Reuter 
Kristy Riley 
Jamie Rosenkrantz 
Anna Russo 
Bretta Ryan 



Ryan Rzepka 
Nina Santaniello 
Kate Sapirstein 
Marie Sato 
Kimberly Schmidt 
Collin Schmitt 



Helen Schnaper 
Katherine Schneider 
Tyler Seabury 
Nicholas Sergentanis 
Kristyn Setterstrom 
Jessica Shapiro 



Daniel Shemesh 
Matthew Sherman 
Jessica Shvakhman 
Gavin Sidman 
Bruce Simmons 
Alexandra Skole 



Ethan Sobel 
Emily Stankiewicz 
Rachel Stein 
Todd Stewart 
Charlie Sullivan 
Timothy Suzor 



Joshua Taniwha 
Miriam Thau 
David Thor 
Paige Tobin 
Christopher Toebes 
Nicholas Togneri 



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Sophomores 83 



L I .... 



Monica Torpey 

Alexander Tougias 

Lauren Tower 

Lauren Trank 

Richard Travers 

Jesse Tzeng 



Corey Underwood 

Steven Vien 

Andrea Volk 

Williams Walen 

Brian Webber 

Renate Weigand 



Benjamin Weiner 

Matthew Weiss 

Samuel Wenc 

Daniel Wernick 

Sampson Whitney 

Franklin Williams 



Matthew Wilson 

Juliet Wu 

John Yesu 

Samuel Zhu 

Jenna Zucker 

Joshua Zygman 




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Lilly Baker, lauren Berrouard, Chelsea 

Cadirov, Michael Carlson, Iris Chatman, Andy 

Chou, Kevin Dillon, Benjamin Durfee, William 

Fitzgerald, Samuel Gerweck, Dana Knoll, Mark 

Kofman, Jonathan Kolb, Brian Magan, Simon 

Odentz, Ari Okun, David Parker, Nicholas 



Rabideau, Rachel Reuben, Joshua Stern, 
Timothy Suber 



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Sophomores 85 






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Freshman Class Officers and Advisors 



Leanne Aberdale 

Anthony Adamski 

Lyla Al-Husseini 

Jessica Altro 

Kyle Anderson 

Sydney Andrews 



Elise Balaban 

Stephanie Ballis 

Kate Baquis 

Aaron Baru 

Jamal Bascombe 

Katherine Bensche 



Polina Berdnikova 

Andrew Berg 

Maria Boborodea 

Gennaro Bonfiglio 

Eric Borowsky 

Justin Brandstein 



86 Underclass 





Emmet Brault 
Julia Brenker 
Matthew Breslau 
Andrew Brown 
Sarah Browne 
Maria Caceres 



Lisa Ca lien to 
Thomas Caliento 
Jenna Carando 
Cassidy Carlotto 
Alexis Casaceli 
Bryan Chamberlain 



Alexa Ciciretti 
Kyle Cieboter 
Jared Ciejek 
Jeffrey Cirillo 
Dimitri Clarke 
Alexandra Clayton 



Mario Cocchi 
Chelsea Comini 
Taylor Coughlin 
Courtney Craven 
Daniel Cresci 
Eliza Cress 



Kennely Curran 
Ethan Curtis 
Michelle D'Angelo 
Andrea Davis 
Stephanie Degiulio 
Michael Dejesus 



Christopher Deluca 
Matthew Demas 
Connor Dendievel 
Kristen Desmarais 
Amie Dibbern 
Nicholas Ditmar 



Patricia Donnelly 
Colleen Douglas 
Evan Dowd 
Christopher Dunn 
Courtney Dunn 
Tommaso D"Agostino 



Freshmen 87 



Saraya Edwards 

Audrey Eisenmenger-Kaufman 

John Emma 

Nicholas Erwin 

Melanie Famiglietti 

James Farquhar 



Deanna Fell 

Lara Fereshetian 

Francesco Ferrentino 

David Feuling 

Adrianna Fioretti 

Amanda Fitzpatrick 



James Fleming 

Sydney Fluharty 

Elisabeth Flynn 

Marie Fortsch 

Alessandra Frank 

Neal Freyman 



Oliver Friedberg 

William Gagne-Maynard 

Amanda Gagnon 

Shari Gallucci 

Brian Garreffi 

Brendan Gavin 



Victoria Gendreau 

Thomas George 

Jamie Gerlach 

Jeffrey Greenbaum 

Michael Greenberg 

Michael Greim 



Colin Griswold 
Patrick Grow 
Raquel Guardia 
Jason Guo 
Michael Halista 
Lauren Halpern 



An Harmanli 

Emma Hauser 

Corinne Heaton 

Mallory Hinman 

Talia Hirsch 

Eric Holmes 



Underclass 





Julie Horowitz 
Joseph Hurley 
Amber Hussain 
Ashley lancu 
Leah Jackowitz 
Zachary Jacobson 



Justin Kakley 
Benjamin Karim 
David Karolinski 
Akshay Kashikar 
Abigail Katz 
Kelly Keane 



Madelaine Kearing 
Lynsey Keator 
Matthew Keefe 
Ryan Kelleher 
Olivia Kellett 
Shanea Kelly-Jackson 



Anne Kietzman 
Jihoon Kim 
Polyna Kim 
Carly Kimball 
Jillian Kirastoulis 
Emma Klein 



Joseph Koltz 
Adam Krach 
Daniel Krahala 
Max Krevalin 
Smily Kumar 
Christine Kuphal 



Kristen Lafountain 
Sarah Lake 
Danielle Lakritz 
Brendan Landry 
Markus Lauria 
Tanner Ledwith 



fonathan 1 epper 
Shelby Leshine 

Dana I ew is 
lames Liu 
Ke\ in Lombard 
.Andrew I osee 



Freshmen S v > 



Matthew MacKenzie 

Richard MacLclland 

Ethan Maicr 

Samantha Maniaci 

Morgan Maxey 

Jonathan Mazer 



Maria Mazzarino 
Caroline McCarthy 
William McClure 
Daniel McColgan 
Brendan McCoy 
Kyle McDermott 



Stephen McKenna 

Thomas McMahon 

John McNamara 

Mark Melikian 

Matthew Mendes 

Christina Mentor 



Erin Mernoff 

Brittany Merrill 

Charles Merrill 

Blake Metropoulos 

Ariel Miller 

Rickey Moore 



Chandler Morehardt 

Michael Morehardt 

Stephen Mucci 

Michael Muratore 

Nikita Nayyar 

Jane Nicholson 



Adam Novak 

Maksymilian Nowak 

Tracy O'Connor 

Robert O'Reilly 

Bryant Ostrander 

Nicole Owen 



Ari Parzivand 

Stephen Payne 

Jessica Peet 

Samuel Peters 

Lauren Pettersen 

Patrick Pettit 




90 Underclass 




Zacharias Prescott 
Hilary Purrington 
Patrick Quirk 
Megan Randall 
Casey Reardon 
Shelby Regan 



Brandon Reilly-Evans 
Fatma Rizvan 
Avery Robinson 
Leo Robitaille 
Marissa Rodriguez 
Emily Rome 



William Rosen 

Carlene Rossi 

Collin Rowe 

Vincent Rubinaccio 

Stephen Russell 

Angelina Sampson Mancuso 



Gina Santaniello 
Collin Santos 
Tyler Scanlon 
Rose Schack 
Matthew Schweiger 
William Scott 



Alexander Scyocurka 
Joshua Seidell 
Michael Sergentanis 
Jessica Setterstrom 
Dana Shaker 
Katherine Shallbetter 



Jessica Shao 
Emily Shotland 
Nikolas Sierra 
Mil had Simmons 
Jacob Skole 
Derek Smith 



I [ayden Smith 
Kyle Smith 
Amber Sou< j 
foshua Stambo\ ^k\ 
I [annah Steele 
William Sterritt 



l reshmen °i 



Ronald Struziak 

Mark Sukonik 

Brian Sullivan 

Katie Sweet 

Jaime Tamsin 

Zachary Taylor 



Lily Thomas 

Ellen Topitzer 

Brian Tracy 

Sara Tufts 

Alec Upperton 

Amanda Varteresian 



Madeleine Vivian 

Griffin Wagner 

Lisa Wawrzeniak 

Patrice Webb 

Ryan Webler 

Michael Weiss 



Kristen Wenning 

Felicia White 

Robert Wiles 

Anna Woodward 

Kelsey Yam 

Thomas Young 




Vincent Yu 

Dina Zeller 

Simon Zhang 

Natalie Zucker 



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Edward Baker 
Dante Hill 



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FACULTY 




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Sue Bayley 
Science 





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Lawrence Berte 
Principal 




Tom Landers 
Vice Principal 



Vesta Brown 
Dean of Students 




Irene Bazos 
Office Staff 



Linda Berard 
Support Staff 



Amy Blackburn 
Science 



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Amy Brazee 
Social Studies 



Barbara Burke 
Support Staff 



Maureen Cadieux 
Office Staff 



Deb Callahan 
Art 







Maggie Camp 
Support Staff 



Russell Campbell 
Math 



George Carellas 
Foriegn Language 



Cheryl Cassanova 
Support Staff 




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Beth Chapdelaine 
Art 




Molly Colgan 
Foriegn Language 



Anne Marie Connor 
Guidance 



Chris Conz 

Social Studies 



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Mike Deary 
Administration 



John Devine 
Guidance 



Jamie Dibbern 
Science 



Mary Ellen Dillon 
Social Studies 




Deana DiRico 
Support Staff 



Karla Drake 
English 



Nancy Duffy 
World Language 







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Paul Dunkerly 
Math 



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Patty Dussault 
Support 



Katleen Epaul 
World Language 



Gideon Fisher 
Social Studies 



Matt Flanagan 
Business 






Julia Fournier 
Science 



Carol Garvey 
Office Staff 



Jennifer Givens 
English 



Hillary Godin 
Art 




Laura Goldstein 
English 



Maria Golkar 
Guidance 



Jeff Goodwin 
Science 



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Ginny Guistina 
Math 





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Eric Howard 
Science 



Faith Hyland 
Support Staff 



Pauline Jacek 
Math 



Christine Kervain 
Business 



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Heather Kosiorek 
Social Studies 




Sandy Macdonald 
M.E.T.C.O 



Patrick Macgowan 
Foriegn Language 



Rita McGoldrick 
Support Staff 



Linda McPartlan 
Guidance 



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Linda McShane 
English 




Keith Metzger 
Math 




Ann Moore 
Support Staff 



Jessica Moore 

Engli-.li 



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Holly Moren 
English 



Joan Morey 
Student Office 



Vivian Morse 
Business 



Mike Mucci 
Music 




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Jane Murphy 
English 




Judy Neilson 
Art 



Tiffany Newton 
Science 




Rob O'Connell 

Math 





Cindy O' Malley 
Support Staff 



Karen Omartian 
Office 



John Pantuosco 
Business 



Stacy Palozie 
Social Studies 



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Sue Peters 
Math 



Adrain Phaneuf 
Maintenance Supervision 





Pam Pion 
English 



Robert Pisani 
Student Support 







Janice Pontacoloni 
English 



Joseph Porter 
Science 



Carol Rhodes 
Foreign Language 



Kate Rhodes 
PAC room 






Lori Robbins 
Library Staff 



Mike Rosemond 
Guidance 



Jennifer Rousseau 
Support Staff 



Alex Rotsko 
PE 




Bethanie Sawyer 
World Languages 





Megan Schwartz 
Social Studies 



Judy Scott 
Support Staff 





Joanne Sleigh 
Science 



Lori Snyder 
Social Studies 



Mark Staples 
English 



Charlotte Steele 
Nurse 




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Nick St. George 
PE 



Geoff St. Pierre 
Math 



Joe Sweeney 
Social Studies 



Peter Thomsen 
Music 



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Susan Turcotte 
Office 



Lorraine Vassilopoulos 
PAC Room 



Stuart Walker 
Social Studies 



Robert Weir 
Science 




Kathy Wells 
Math 




Kayla Werlin 
Music 



John Williams 
English 



Kate Wiseman 
Spanish 




The LHS Janitorial Staff are dedicated and work long hours to make sure 
that LHS is a clean and happy place. 



The LHS cafeteria stall arc .1 dedicated bunch ol ladies, who are always up 
to the task of serving the I I I s students and faculty w ith nutrition-, meals. 



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WorkinR Hard & 



Working . . 




AH work and no play... It seems students at 
.H.6 are able to accomplish both! 




Above seniors, Salamone Baquis, Leo Guyshan and Ryan Nelson enjoy 
a moments break during another long lab block. 

Above right, junior, Jimmy McGoldrick organizes his scattered papers 
during another hectic afternoon. 

To the right, two freshman intently listen during a biology lecture, while 
art students team up to accomplish another succesful project. 




Sophmores, Chris Hess and Keelia Faber stop and chat while work- 
ing to complete their wood sculpture projects. 




Seniors, Zach Williams and Dave Laflamme take a break from class 
for some camera time. 



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Bbelle Calderon stops at her locker to grab her books, just as the bell Below , seniors Muhammed Hussain and Jesse Weiss show 
Hgs and school lets out for the day. that studies can be used to catch up on both sports and 

statisitc homework. 




To the left, junior Emily Race 
concentrates on perfecting her 
photos before the impending 
deadline. 



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Whether it's rushing to sports, a job or just 
home students always seem to make it out j 
the door just as the bell rings! 



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Football players, Geoff Peck and Jared Laptas review a video clip to prepare 
for an upcoming game. 



Studing partners, Brenden Dean and Ashley Brown spend a study in thei 
library reviewing for a test. 



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water break makes classes go by a little quicker. 



What would a day be without chatting with friends? Below, seniors 
Alex Coutu and Tayna Zilewicz do just that! 










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T.fiirds & Pink Indie 



The hardwork and lone, nigh I s 
poured int.o the senior cla&splay 
culminated in an enjoyable 
evening spent at "Dydell High." 



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Below, the "T.Birds" act 
out an amazig rendition of 
"Grease Lighting." 



Directors, Isabelle Calderon and Alex Litvinov look on during another 
long rehersal. Below, "Pink Ladies" Kellen O'Gara, Ashley Brown and 
Sarah Collins look on with skeptism at Sandy and Danny. 




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Grease is the Word! 



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Cowgirls & Indians 



The 2006 Senior Class defied convention by 
proving that girls really can play football. 




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Orchestra & Wind Ensemble 



Orchestra 

Far Right: Neal Freyman looks for Mr. 
Mucci's cue to begin playing their first 
piece for the Winter Concert, Fingal's 
Cave Overture. 

Right: Section leader John Hanifan 
glances at his music one last time before 
playing Nimrod by Edward Elgar. 





Left: Juliet Wu cracks a smile while 
listening to Conductor Mr. Mucci 
introduce the symphony orchestra to 
the audience. 

Right: Vincent Yu and Melody Chou 
play with eclat and vigor. 

Far Right: Bassist David Miller gets 
ready for his entrance in Nimrod. 

Bottom Right: In this year's Winter 
Concert, Jillian Aberdale played a pia- 
no concerto by Camille Saint-Saens. 




Symphony Orchestra, 2005-2006 
Violin I: E. George, M. Barnett, V. Yu, M. Chou, J. Wu, A. Fox, M. Nowak, A. 
McCormick, A. Chou, J. Meth, T. Li, E. Anderson. Violin II: D.Yang, S. Zhang, T. 
George, J. Guo, E. Healy, S. Janes, M. Pinto, J. Liu, M. Chechette, C. Miehm, E. 
Hauser, T. Bearce, S. Zhu, B. Ryan, A. Latka, J. Miehm, S. Crimmins, J. Nicholson, 
T. Crimmins, B. Reilly- Evans, D. Krahala. Viola: C. Tredeau, L. Dale, E. Mernoff, 
L. Neville, L. Broderick, A. Eisenmenger, B. Kronlund, M. Randall, S. Chipkin, 
E. Auerbach, L. Keator, A. Anderson, K. Sullivan, C. Santos, D. Knoll, D. Clarke. 
Cello: J. Hanifin, A. Ciciretti, R. Ciciretti, Z. Sears, E.Sobel, J. Tzeng, N. Freyman, 
R. Rancourt, R. Rzepka, A. Burton, N. Marinelli, D. Poisson, C. McDonough, T. 
Baker. Bass: D.H. Miller, D. Rosenthal, J. Manzi, C. Morehardt, C. Clough- Segall, 
A. Robinson. 



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Left: Senior Salomone Baquis gives 
a warming performance in Chant 
Funeraire by Gabriel Faure. 
Bottom: Skillfully and confidentaly, 
Lindsay Coughlin plays Symphonic 
Dance Number Three by Clifton Wil- 
liams, a piece depicting Latin American 
celebrations. 




Wind 
Ensemble 



Middle Right: Wind Ensemble in high 
spirits, accepts the applause after their 
performance in the Winter concert. 



Bottom: Freshman Julie Horwitz 
begins play the Second Suite in F by 
Gustav Hoist. 



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Wind Ensemble 2005-2006 
Flute: J.Aberdale, A.Ciciretti, S. Baquis, 
E. Mernoff. Oboe: L. Coughlin. Clarinet: 
E. Newcombe, C.Nilsson, R. Ciciretti. 
E. Barney, C. Payne, R. Patel, C. Ready, 
J. Horowitz. Bass Clarinet: B. Mernoff. 
Bassoon: S. Hopkins. Cello: Z. Sears. 
Alto Sax: M. Berg, D. Peck, G. Cropsej 
J. Ballis. Tenor Sax: T. Marinelli, P. Brin- 
nel. Baritone Sax: N. Gang French 1 lorn: 
E. Berger, [. Hs.u. 1. Hdeges, M. Papale. 
Timpani: Z. Sweeney. Euphonium: K 
1 [enderson. Double Bass: D. Miller. Drum- 
pet: M. I libert, \1. I talista, I Coughlin, 
I 1 ee. S. Miuvi. A Mendes Trombone: 
A. lee. I'. [inervia Bass rrombone: A 
Kearing. tuba: B. Reiter Percussion 
l Vberdale, N. Cadinn \ I ioretti I 
[angl, S. Pascal 



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Accidentals & La Caooella 



Accidentals 



Right: Sarah Dukeshire and Rachel Patel 
look out into the crowd before they begin 
to perform their first piece, "Evening 
Hymn" by Orlando di Lasso. 

Far right: Ellen Berube, Erin Wilson, 
and Audrey Eisenmenger look for Mrs. 
Werlin's cue to begin their performance 
in the Winter Concert. 








Left: Haley Anderson looks for a familiar face 
in the crowd in between pieces. 

Middle: Audrey Eisenmenger and Rachael 
Bell accept the applause after their stunning 
performance. 

Far right: Eliza Cress catches the photogra- 
pher and manages to smile for the picture 
before performing another song. 

Bottom Right: The members of Accidentals 
gladly accept the enthusiastic response after 
singing "O Sapo," a Brazillian Folk Song. 




2005-2006 Accidentals 
E. Anderson, H. Anderson, E. Auerbach, R. Bell, E. Berube, C. Calderon, E. Cress, 
L. Dale, S. Dukeshire, A. Eisenmenger-Kaufman, M. Foley, C. Gross, M. Hadley, 
E. Hauser, E. Klein, L. LaFountain, S. Leshine, J. Manna, A. Miller, A. Novak, R. 
Patel, M. Torpey, E. Wilson. 




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Left: Junior Ya-Nerra Thomas performs 
a solo during the group's perfomance 
in the Fall Concert. 
Bottom: Alexandra Mansfield looks 
over at her fellow singers during a 
break between performing. 




La 
Cappella 



Middle Right: La Cappella accepts 
the applause after their stunning 
performance as the finale of the Fall 
Concert. 



Bottom: Meghan Foley and Vanessa 
Rea sing sing "Der Wassermann" by 
Robert Shumann. 



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2005-2006 La Cappella 
K.Albano, B. Alger, L. Anthony, E. 
Auerbach, K. Baglev, A. Bailey, L. 
Barney, R. Bell, E. Berube, M. BJake- 
man, A. Bolduc, A. Brown, C. Calde- 
ron, M. Carvalho, ]. Cash, K. Clark, 
E. Compton, N. Conti, V. Cooper, s 
Covalli, L. Davidow, B. Doherty, \1 
Fahy, M. Foley, C. Garreffl, E.Gershen, 
J. Greim,C. Gross, P. Harris, S. Haskell, 
I I ledges \1 I leffernan, 1 l.al oun 
tain, B. Lantzakis, 1 Levy, A. l.vsik. 
A. Mansfield. C. Manzi, H. Micley, 1 
Moss,A.NeiLK. Nelson \ Novack,K. 
O'Gara, E. Olney, R. Patel,C. Phaneuf, 
T. Phaneuf, E. Pierre-Pierre, D. Pohli 
R, Rasmussen, V, Rea, 1 Rosazza, \ 
Santaniello, k. Sapirstein, V Shaw I 
Simmons, A. Skole,Y rhomas,P robin 
M. Torpey, \l Veysey, K Vinosni R 
Weiss, 1 '. Wilson. 



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I Cantori and Lyrics 
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Cantori 

Far Right: Sophomore Paul Brinnel 
concentrates before singing "Hark All 
Ye Lovely Saints Above" intent on not 
missing a single note. 

Right: Conductor Mr. Thomsen proud- 
ly directs the applause to I Cantori 
after their dazzling recital. 





Left: Geoffrey Peck waits to sing "So 
Danco Samba." 

Right: Juniors David Tinervia and Shan- 
non Brown share a laugh in between 
their performance. 

Far Right: Rebecca Ernst hums the first 
note of "Dieu Qu'il la fait Bon Regard er" 
along with the rest of I Cantori as Mr. 
Thomson gives the note on the piano. 

Bottom Right: Jennifer Manzi and Tyler 
Dawson sing in harmony while closely 
watching Mr. Thomsen as he conducts 
the group. 




2005-2006 I Cantori 
E. Belezarian, P. Brinnel, S. Brown, T. Dawson, S. Dukeshire, R. Ernst, T. Frank, 
T. George, S. Gerweck, J. Hanifin, C. Hopkins, J. Manzi, M. Palmer, G. Peck, M. 
Riley, D. Tinervia. : 



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Left: Alex McKeithen is ready to begin 
the group's performance in the Winter 
Concert. 
Bottom: Mada 



Lyrics 




Middle Right: Members of the select 
group Lyrics sing "Sure on this Shin- 
ing Night." 



Bottom: Ann Hopkins smiles as 
conductor, Mr. Thomsen introduces 
the group. Last year, Lyrics went on 
tour to Italy to perform throughout 
the country. 




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2005-2006 Lyrics 
H. Anderson, E. Belezarian, P. Brin- 
nel, S. Brown, A. Chou, T. Dawson, 
S. Dukeshire, B. Durfee, R. Engell, T. 
Frank, A. Gentile, E.George, L George, 
S. Gerweck, M. Hadley, |. llanifin, C. 
Hopkins, S. Hopkins, A. Hopkins \ 
Karolinski, C. Keadv, C. Kenne\ P 
I aflamme, A. Litinov, B. Mangan, I 
Manna, 1. Man/i, A. Mckeithen. D.G 
Miller, D.H. Miller, M. Palmer, G. Peck, 
M. Riley, S. Roberge, D. Rosenthal k 
Sutherland, / Sweeney, D. Hnervia, 
1 . Valdes, Z, Williams 



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Men's/Women's & (Swedish Fish 



Men's & 
Women's 
Chorus 



Far Right: Ready and waiting, women's 
chorus is the first group to perform in 
the Fall Concert. 

Right: Junior Rory Diamond cracks a 
joke to a fellow friend before singing 
"My Girl." 





Left: Conductor Mrs. Werlin presents Women's 
Chorus and gives the audience a short introduc- 
tion of their accomplishments. 
Middle: Talia Hirsch smiles out into the crowd. 
Has she found a familiar face ? 
Far Right: Freshman Sean Kenney applauds for 
his fellow singers. 

2005-2006 Men's Chorus 
J. Baker, T. Baker, M. Barnett, E. Borowsky, T. 
Caliento, D. Chase, M. Collins, V. D'Angello, S. 
Daniele, R. Diamond, Z. Dragone, E. Holmes, A. 
Goodkowsky, D. Green, D. Haddad, M. Him- 
melsbach, A.J. H. Z. Williams, Z. Jacobson, N. 
Kadushin,A.Kapinos,D. Karolinski,C. Kenney, 
S. Kenney, J. Kim, T. Kreinest, M. Krevalin, M. 
Lachiusa, M. Lauso, K. Ledwith, K. Lombard, 
S. McKenna, M. Morehardt, M. Muratore, M. 
Nowak, J. Pappas, R Petroff, R. Pohli, B. Reilley, 
J. Reusch, P. Reusch, R. Rzepka, T. Saremi, M. 
Simmons, J. Stark, T. Stewart, L. Taylor, D. Thor, 
A. Tougias, B. Wiles, J. Zygman 




2005-2006 Women's Chorus 
L. Al-Husseini, J. Altro, S. Andrews, E. Balaban, L. Caliento, C. Carlotto, A. Clayton, 
E. Cress, M. D'Angelo, A. Dibbern, C. Dunn, A. Eisenmenger, L. Fereshetian, E. 
Flynn, M. Fortsch, A. Gagnon, S. Gallucci, V. Gendreau, J. Gerlach, A. Harmanli, 
E. Hauser, M. Hinman, T. Hirsch, A. Iancu, A. Kietzman, P. Kim, J. Kirastoulis, E. 
Klein, C. Kuphal, K. LaFountain, S. Leshine, M. Maxey, B. Merrill, A. Miller, H. 
Purrington, C. Reardon, M. Rodriguez, E. Rome, G. Santaniello, A. Sampson, K. 
Shallbetter, J. Shao, A. Soucy, J. Tamsin, L. Thomas, S. Tufts, M. Vivian, P. Webb, 
K. Wenning, F. White, A. Woodward, D. Zeller 




130 Student Life 



Left: Junior Rebecca Engell smiles 
proudly after giving a spectacular 
performance of "And So it Goes." 
Bottom: Meredith Hadely glows from 
satisfaction. Swedish Fish is a new 
group formed this year and has gone 
very far. 



Swedish 
Fish 



Middle Right: Rebecca Ernst, Ariel 
Karolinski and Annie Hopkins tune 
from the piano. 



Bottom: Senior Lindsay Palazzi 
watches while the rest of Swedish 
Fish assembles as they come out onto 
the stage. 




Concert Band & Jazz Band 

Concert 



Band 



Far Right: Mr. Mucci presents the 
group after their performance in the 
Fall Concert. 

Right: Freshman James Liu playes the 
baritone sax in "The Washington Post 
March." 





Left: Floutist Lauren Petterson stands 
up to accept the appluase after Concert 
Band's performance. 

Middle: Donna Pohli manages to smile 
for the camera. 

Far Right: A Concert Band member 
acknowledges the loud and optimistic 
applause from the audience. 

Bottom: Juniors Linna Duan and 
Julia Manna warm up before their 
conductor, Mr. Mucci comes out onto 
the stage. 




2005-2006 Concert Band 
Flute: L. Duan, J. Manna, L. Valdes, E. Wilson, J. Shvakhman, S. Papale, T. Hosley, L. 
Palazzi, M. Thau, D. Pohli, P. Kim, L. Pettersen, S. Ballis, T Coughlin. Bass Clarinet: 
P. Grow. Baritone Sax: S. Dukeshire. Clarinet: R. Ernst, E. Lakritz, K. Croteau, T. 
Suzor, I. Calderon, T. Hirsch, E. Benoit, A. Bailey, C. Mentor, C. Gross, M. Kearing, 
N. Nayyar, K. Bensche, K. Curran, J. Liu. Alto Sax: M. Pascal, C. Hoff, N. Togneri, 
A. Pettersen, B. Freedman, M. Weiss, E. Gray, C. Aye. Tenor Sax: C. Capurso, C. 
Janes, A. Kashikar, A. Robitaille, A. Stankiewicz, A. Casaceli. French Horn: D. Rossi. 
Euphonium: J. Cirillo. Trumpet: D. Tower, J. Auerbach, S. Lewis, D. Grayboff, B. 
Gavin. Trombone: R. Diamond, M. Greenberg, J. Katz, A. Frank, S. Brenker. Bass: 
D.H. Miller. Timpani: M. Alexandru. Percussion: A. Cramer, M. Dejesus, M. Gagne, 
D. Laflamme, C. McCarthy, D. VanSchouwen, R. Weigand 




132 Student Life 



Left: Sophmore Andy Chou gives the 
camera a quick smile during his impres- 
sive and stunning drum solo. 

Bottom: Junior David H. Miller gets 
down and funky playing "Smoke and 
Mirrors" during the Pops Concert. 



Jazz 
Band 



Middle: The Sax players of Jazz Band, 
Chris Capurso, Garrett Cropsy, Mat- 
thew Berg, Paul Brinnel and Nick 
Gang stand up to acknowledge the 
applause. 



Bottom: David Rosenthal and David 
Laflamme get into the groove while 
playing "Straight No Chaser." 




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2005-2006 Jazz Band 
Alto Sax: M. Berg, G. Cropsey. Tenor 
Sax: C. Capurso, P. Brinnel. Baritone 
Sax: N. Gang. Bass: D.H. Miller. Gui- 
tar: D. Rosenthal. Piano: B. Freedman, 
T. George. Drums: A. Chou, T Jangl, 
D. Laflamme. Trumpet: M. Hibert, 
J. Coughlin, M. Halista, S. Lewis. S. 
Mucci. Trombone: A. Lee, D. Tinervia, 
R. Henderson, A. Rearing. 



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Division 1 Champions! 



The 2005 Longmeadow 
Football team, with nine 
of the eleven starters 
returning from the 2004 
team, knew that achieve- 
ing perfection was within 
their reach. Head coach 
Alex Rotsko, and Cap- 
tains Tony Riley and Mike 
Wenc, realized the differ- 
ence between good and 



flawless. Hoping to re- 
peat the record of the 2003 
season, the Lancers went 
12-0, winning the Division 
1 League Championship. 
In the Western Mass/ 
Central Mass Division 1 
Superbowl, the Lancers 
defeated a tough Leomin- 
ster team 21-20, ending a 
perfect season. 









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Westfield 42 





Noho 49 


6 


S. Hadley 34 
Holyoke 42 
Commerce 34 




13 




Central 35 





Amherst 37 


7 


Agawam 49 
Chaug 35 
Comp 51 
East Long 14 
Division 1 Supei 


10 

6 



6 
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Leominster 21 


20 



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Distance & Speed 



2005 Longmeadow Cross Country 



The 2005 boy's Longmeadow Cross Country team, led by captains, 
Owen Fenton and Andrew Lee, had a solid season in the very competi- 
tive A division of the PVI AC Valley League. A tiebreaker win at Turner 
Park over rival East Longmeadow and a close one point loss at West- 
field highlights the dual meet season. The boy's ran their best race of 
the year taking 5th place at the PVIAC Championships, followed with 
7th place at WMass. Junior Andrew Lee capped his season with being 
named to the PVIAC Valley League All-Star team. 

The 2005 girl's Longmeadow Cross Country team, led by Senior 
Captains Emily Bourdeau, Danielle Laliberte, and Vanessa Rea, went 
3-2 in the challenging Valley League A Division. Finishing 2nd at the 
PVIAC Championship meet, and 3rd at WMass continued the girl's run 
of qualifying for the State Championship meet for four straight years. 
Senior Emily Bourdeau was named PVIAC Individual Champion and 
WMass Division Champion. Emily along with juniors Whitney Birtwell, 
Rebecca Engell, and Jamie Sullivan were named to the PVIAC Valley 
League All-Star team. 



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with a 5-4 record. 














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Country Team ended the season 
with a 7-2 record. 




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2005 Longmeadow Freshman Soccer 







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2005 Longmeadow Boy's Soccer 



Led by new Coach Brad Miller and Captains 
Alex Bistran, Matt Kusiak and Mike Tranghese, 
the 2005 Longmeadow Varsity Soccer Team played 
hard this fall. Although the boys did not deliver 
a notably stellar record, the team's performance 
definitely improved from previous years. This 
season will undoubtedly be a stepping stone for 
more successful seasons in the years to come. 




Senior Captains Alex Bistran, Mike Tranghese, and Matt 

Kusiak 



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Us 
1 



Westside 

Holyoke 

Agawam 

Chicopee 

Amherst 

Westfield 

Central 

Minnechaug 

Ludlow 

Cathedral 

Chicopee 

Southwick 

Westfield 

Agawam 

Central 

East Long 

Holyoke 

Westside 



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After winning the 
Western Mass cham- 
pionship in 2004, the 
2005 girl's soccer season 
did not live up to the 
player's expectations. 
The girls soon realized 
that defending their title 
would be harder than 
they thought. Though 



their record did not live 
up to their expectations, 
they fought hard every 
game, resulting in a 
closer team bond. The 
greatest highlight of the 
season was tying West 
Springfield 0-0, ending 
the season on a high 
note. 




Captains Kylee Yam, Annie Neil, and Lizzie Lee 




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Us 


Them 


Minnechuag 


1 


4 


Belchertown 





1 


Westfield 


1 


4 


Ludlow 





3 


Agawam 





1 


Westside 


2 


3 


St. Peter 


1 


1 


Ludlow 


2 


3 


East Long 


1 


2 


Amherst 








Sabis Charter 


4 





Cathedral 


1 


2 


Westside 








Westfield 





1 


East Long 


2 


1 


Agawam 


1 


2 


Belchertown 


1 


5 






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Continuing a long line of 
success, Longmeadow field 
hockey upheld its reputa- 
tion in 2005. After losing 
nine seniors, the under- 
classmen stepped up their 
game to fill the gaps left 
by the graduated starters. 
Captains Amanda Bolduc, 
Taylor Carr, Ashley Hess, 
Maggie Lonergan and Kel- 
len O'Gara led the team, in 
addition to 



coaches Ann Simons and 
Cliff Hedges. Despite two 
losses early in the season, 
the team quickly bounced 
back to sustain a record of 
15:2, largely due to team 
bonding and determination. 
Varsity field hockey ended 
the season as League Cham- 
pions and runner-up for 
the Western Massachusetts 
Championshop title. 




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•2005 Longmeadow Varsity Field Hockey Team 





Us 


Them 


Athol 


2 


3 


Frontier 





2 


Greenfield 


3 


1 


East Long 


3 


1 


Smith Acad. 








Mohawk 


6 


1 


Westside 


6 





Smith Acad. 


1 


1 


South wick 


7 





Minnechaug 


2 


1 


Northampton 


4 


1 


Amherst 


2 





Killingly 


4 





Westside 


3 





Southwick 


4 


1 


Amherst 


2 





Cathedral 


1 





Northampton 


2 





Playoffs 






Cathedral 


2 





Western Mass Championship 


Minnechaug 


2 


3 




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2005 Longmeadow Volleyball 



This year's volleyball season started off very strong. With 
only four returning players and an unusually young team, 
the team started their winning streak by beating rival West 
Side in an easy two game match. Although they had sev- 
eral young players, the team demonstrated the most heart 
and chemistry that had been seen in years. Led by coach 
Anna Stowell, the season ended with a 9-11 record, and 
several important wins including the game that forced last 
year's Western Mass. Champs, Agawam, out of the tour- 
nament. This year's co-captains Erin Reiter, Cait Donnelly 
and Meghan Riley wish next year's team the best of luck 
and hope they use their experience and talent to make it 
a great season. 




Senior Captains Meg Riley, Cait Donnelly, Erin Reiter 






Us 


Them 


Sci Tech 


3 


1 


Ludlow 


3 


2 


East Long 


2 


3 


Comp 
Westside 


3 
3 


1 




Minnechaug 

Agawam 

Amherst 



1 
1 


3 

3 
3 


Westfield 





3 


Sci Tech 


3 





Ludlow 


3 





East Long 
Frontier 


1 




3 
3 


S. Hadley 
Westside 


3 

2 



3 


Minnechaug 
Agawam 
S. Hadley 



3 
3 


3 
2 



Amherst 





3 


Westfield 


2 


3 



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2005 Longmeadow Girls JV Volleyball Team 



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2005 Longmeadow Golf Team 




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2005 Longmeadow Golf 



The 2005 Golf Team had a very enjoyable and 
exciting season. Although the team lost many key 
players from the 2004 seaon, they stepped up their 
games and gave it their all. Coach Stu Thompsen made 
great strides in his first experience on the Longmeadow 
Golf Team. The Lancers, led by John Shicko and Ian 
Nicoll, came in 4th place at Western Mass. and 10th 
in the State Championship. Even though their record 
did not live up to the 2004 team, the players still had 
fun on and off of the field. 








Senior Captains Ian Nicoll and John Shicko 




2005 Longmeadow Golf Team Seniors 





Us 


Them 


Agawam 


242 


232 


Cathedral 


232 


237 


S. Hadley 


243 


268 


Southwick 


238 


256 


Minnechaug 


243 


246 


East Long 


233 


236 


Westside 


235 


255 


Sci- Tech 


247 


321 


Agawam 


231 


239 


Chicopee 


243 


304 


Palmer 


247 


297 


Cathedral 


253 


248 


S. Hadley 


243 


250 


Minnechaug 


256 


254 


Noho 


230 


266 


Westfield 


244 


243 


East Long 


237 


225 


Wmass- 4th, 321 




States- T- 10th 


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Hurdles & High Jump 



2005-2006 Longmeadow Indoor Track 



The Indoor Track Team enjoyed their finest 
season in their brief five year history. The ladies 
finished as undefeated League Champs and placed 
2nd in Western Mass. The men were also unde- 
feated League Champs and placed 3rd in Western 
Mass. Emily Bourdeau, Ya-Nas Thomas, Andrew 
Lee, Tim Marinelli and Ben Schill were named to 
the Western Mass First Team. 




2005-2006 Longmeadow Indoor Track Captains 





BOY'S 






Us Them 


Cathedral 


72 


23 


Mohawk 


68 


27 


East Long 


61 


34 


Pioneer 


81 


10 


Athol 


73 


22 


Holy Cath 


81 


14 


No Ho 


49 


46 


Western Mass - 3rd 




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Champs 






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GIRL'S 




Us Them 


Cathedral 


56 39 


Mohawk 


85 10 


East Long 


59 36 


Pioneer 


73 22 


Athol 


83 12 


Holy Cath 


69 26 


No Ho 


77 18 


Western Mass - 2nd 


7-0 League 


Champs 








2005-2006 Longmeadow Boy's Freshman Basketball 



2005-2006 Longmeadow Boy's JV Basketball 




Shoots & Scores 



2005-2006 Longmeadow Boy's Basketball 



The 2005-2006 Boy's Basket- 
ball Team far supassed the crit- 
ic's predictions. Longmeadow 
was placed in a new division 
this year, the Valley Wheel 
league. Through marathon 
practices, dedication, and the 
drive to succeed, the year was a 
success. After a slow start to the 
season, Longmeadow began 
playing like a team, finishing 
the regular season with a 13-7 
record. In the final game of the 
season, 



Longmeadow ousted Chicopee 
to claim the Valley League 
Title. After their success in the 
league, the boys played a tough 
Amherst team at home. Over- 
coming a nine point deficit in 
the second half, Longmeadow 
advanced to the semi-finals to 
play Cathedral. The game, held 
at Central, was a hard fought 
battle but Cathedral advanced. 
Longmeadow won their first 
league title since 2002. 




2005-2006 Longmeadow Boy's Varsity Captains 




.005-2006 Longmeadow Boy's Varsity Basketball 





Us 


Them 


Cathdral 


39 


51 


Commerce 


59 


65 


East Long 


65 


55 


Amherst 


51 


59 


Central 


47 


31 


Agawam 


70 


47 


Ludlow 


52 


43 


Holyoke 


63 


69 


Northhamp. 


61 


60 


Minnechaug 


57 


49 


Westside 


53 


46 


Putnam 


69 


47 


Westh'eld 


52 


59 


Chicopee Comp 


56 


57 


Minnechaug 


74 


61 


Chicopee 


65 


61 


Putnam 


64 


40 


Westfield 


52 


54 


Chicopee Comp 


64 


57 


Chicopee 


57 


54 


Amherst 


58 


52 


Cathedral 


53 


60 




Dribble & Dunk 

2005-2006 Longmeadow Girl's Basketball 



This year's girl's basketball 
season was one the team will 
never forget. Although the 
girl's lost their final game to 
Cathedral, a game that would 
have qualified them for the 
playoffs, they were motivated 
to make the playoffs next year. 
This year the Longmeadow 
Girl's Basketball team demon- 
strated that they could compete 
with any other team in Western 
Mass. They proved this by 



defeating Agawam, a semi- 
finalist in the WesternMass 
Tournament, in overtime. The 
girls also defeated West Spring- 
field, another semi-finalist. 
Although their record of nine 
wins and eleven losses does not 
attest to the team's competitive 
nature, almost all of their games 
were very close. The Girl's 
Basketball team played with 
hustle, perseverance, and an 
incredible desire to win. 



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Us 


Them 


Lee 


48 


49 


Amherst 


48 


16 


East Long 


58 


53 


Chicopee 


46 


54 


Northhampton 45 


58 


Westside 


42 


36 


Chicopee Comp48 


46 


Hampshire 


49 


52 


Manchester 


33 


47 


Westfield 


53 


30 


Holyoke 


54 


49 


Central 


52 


76 


Minnechaug 


34 


53 


Agawam 


47 


54 


Cathedral 


35 


26 


East Long 


48 


36 


Central 


56 


76 


Minnechaug 


31 


56 


Agawam 


49 


47 


Cathedral 


49 


51 






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2005-2006 Longmeadow Girl's Ski Team 



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The 2005-2006 Long- 
meadow Ski Team had 
a lot to live up to after a 
very successful 2004-2005 
season. Although the team 
lost many strong racers, 
they gained extraordinary 
freshman talent on both the 
boy's and girl's teams. The 
girls finished well in West- 
ern Mass and tied Westfield 
overall, to go to states. The 
boys team came in second 
place in Western Mass for 



their first year in the A Di- 
vision and also excelled to 
states. The team also took 
on three new coaches this 
year. Almost all varisty 
racers made states as indi- 
viduals. Head coach Glen 
Olson, previously coached 
the Agawam ski team, but 
quickly adjusted to being a 
Lancer. Overall, the team 
had a very successful season 
and will keep growing in 
talent over the years. 




2005-2006 Longmeadow Ski Team 




2005-2006 Longmeadow Boy's Ski Team 




2005-2006 Longmeadow Ski Team Captains 






Splish & Splash 



2005-2006 Longmeadow Boy's Swim Team 



With Coach Andrew 
leading the way, the Men's 
Swim Team had a great 
year with many memo- 
rable performances. Cap- 
tains James Liu and Jon 
Galuska carried the team 
throughout the season, 
helped by strong perfor- 
mances from seniors 



Michael Stein, Dan Kur- 
banov and Brennan 
Kenefick. This year the 
underclassmen, which in- 
cluded Tommy Lee, James 
R Liu and Alex Latka, re- 
ally stepped up and aided 
the team in placing 4th in 
Western Mass and 8th in 
States. 




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Us 


Them 


Minnechaug 


53 


49 


Central 


95 


91 


Monson 


98 


86 


No Ho 


80 


106 


Westfield 


93 


92 


East Long 


no 


75 


Minnechaug 


75 


101 


Central 


101 


85 


Monson 


108 


80 


No Ho 


82 


104 


Westfield 


91 


95 


East Long 


56 


46 


Western Mass - 4th 




States - 8th 








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The 2005-2006 Women's 
Swimming and Diving team 
had a very memorable season. 
Andrew Schmidt immediately 
took charge as the new head 
coach, assisted by Bridgette 
McCormick. Team captains in- 
cluded seniors Kellen O'Gara, 
Lauren Hauser, Rayna Trietsch 
and Ashley Brown, as well 
as divers Caitlin Gareffi and 
Heather O'Connell. The lead- 
ership of these girls and the 
enthusiasm of the underclass- 



men made for a very close- 
ly united team. Although 
changes in meet scheduling 
made for a very competitive 
season, the ladies held their 
own, often only points away 
from outscoring their oppo- 
nents. Their hard work and 
determination paid off as the 
Lady Lancers cruised to a third 
place finish at sectionals. The 
girls also went on to place in 
the top eight at the Division I 
State Championship. 



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Us 


Them 


Minnechaug 55 


47 


Central 


120 


65 


Monson 


118 


68 


No Ho 


91 


94 


Westfield 


89 


96 


East Long 


88 


98 


Minnechaug 85 


101 


Central 


117 


66 


Monson 


129 


57 


No Ho 


90 


96 


Westfield 


91.5 


94.5 


East Long 


40 


62 


Western Mass - 3rd 




States - 8th 








Pinning & Winning 

2005-2006 Longmeadow Wrestling 



The 2005-2006 wrestling sea- 
son was another illustration of 
Longmeadow High School's ex- 
ceptional athletic ability. Coach 
Alex Efstratios' hard work and 
commitment paid off, winning 
tournament after tournament. 
The Lancers landed nine wres- 
tlers in the WMass finals, and 
generated three champions: 
Brian Altman, Dylan Petit, and 
Clayton McGrath. Brian Shot- 
land and Brett Madnick placed 
in the sectional tournament as 
well. Brett bested the Champion 
at his weight class ( 1 30) earlier in 
the season, and Brian Shotland 



held his own against all the 
toughest wrestlers in the tough- 
est weight class in the state. Da- 
vid Deluca was Longmeadow's 
only state finalist and Brian 
Griggs placed third in the state 
at what was one of the most dif- 
ficult weight classes (152). Brian 
Altman and Clayton McGrath 
took a respectable fifth place 
in the state tournment. Brian 
Altman continued his season 
long push, never giving up and 
truely showing why hard work 
and commitment pays off at the 
All States (5th) and New England 
(6th) tournaments. 




2005-2006 Longmeadow Wrestling Captains 





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Minnechaug 55 


15 




Early Bird Tourn. - 1st 






Agawam 41 


27 




Framingham Tourn. - 2nd 




Ludlow 45 


15 




Haverhill Tourn. - 1st 






Cathedral 70 


6 




Woburn Tourn. - 4th 






Westside 62 


13 




Central 26 


36 




Central Duals 






Putnam 68 


6 




Farmington 38 


31 




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2005-2006 Longmeadow Hockey 



The 2005-2006 Longmeadow Hockey Team came into the season as 
defending Western Mass Champions. They finished the season with 
an astonishing 20-3-2 record. During the course of the season the boys 
took home The Challenge Cup, The Spartan Cup, a Western Mass Cham- 
pionship, and a State Championship. The Lancers were led by seniors 
Paul Weisser, Marc Labb, Brian Phillips, Matt Hiser, Andre Robitaille, 
Sam Fortsch, and Jake Ryan. The team began their playoff run with a 
thrilling come from behind victory against East Longmeadow. They 
faced Westfield in the Western Mass Finals for the fourth straight year. 
Longmeadow took the rival Bombers in a 4-0 victory at the Mass Mutual 
Center. The Lancer's kept rolling, winning their state semi-final game, 
3-0 over North Middlesex at the DCU Center. Finally, for the first time 
since 1981, the Longmeadow Hockey team made it to the state finals 
at the Boston Garden. The Lancers held nothing back in an incredible 
11-4 win and they achieved their ultimate dream, Massachusetts State 
Champions! 




2005-2006 Longmeadow Hockey Captains 
Paul Weisser, Brian Phillips, Marc Labb 







2005-2006 Longmeadow Varsity Hockey 





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Gas prices spike to as high as $5 per gallon. 

2 President Bush visits Louisiana and signs 
a $10.5 billion relief bill. Nearly 154,000 
evacuees arrive in Texas. 

4 The New Orleans Superdome is evacuated. 

6 President Bush and Congress pledge to 
investigate the flawed disaster response. 

9 Government-issued debit cards are 
distributed to evacuees. The program fails 
and is ended days later. 

12 Michael Brown, head of the Federal Emergency ] 
Management Agency, resigns. Flooding is 
down to 50 percent in New Orleans. 

14 New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin announces 
a phased repopulation plan. 

1 5 New Orleans begins to reopen. Katrina is named 
the most destructive hurricane in U.S. history. 

20 Louisiana Governor Kathleen Blanco 
declares a state of emergency as 
Hurricane Rita strengthens off the coast. 

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for Texas. 

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9th Ward of New Orleans floods once again 
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U.S.-supported draft constitution that 
establishes a federal state. A second 
election, in December, creates the 
new government's first parliament. 



■*■ Several airlines declare 
bankruptcy due to huge fuel, 
labor and security costs. 
Passengers see fees for pillows, 
aisle seats and more as carriers 
seek new revenue sources. 



During rush hour on July 7, 
London is hit by terrorist 
attacks. Bombs strike one 
bus as well as the city's 
underground trains, leaving 56 
people dead and 700 injured. 



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the 17th Chief Justice of the 
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In January 2006, Ellen 
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in as Liberia's president, 
making her Africa's first 
elected female leader. 



Vice President Dick Cheney's 
top aide I. Lewis "Scooter" 
Libby resigns after being 
indicted in October on criminal 
charges relating to the leaking 
of a CIA officer's identity. 



Despite his years of anti-gang 
advocacy while in prison, on 
December 13. former Crips 
gang leader Stanley "Tookie" 
Williams is executed by lethal 
injection for four 1979 murders. 



Methamphetamine use becomes a national 
crisis as meth-related crimes skyrocket on the 
West Coast and in the Midwest. Pharmacies 
remove pseudophedrine products from shelves 
in an effort to control meth production. 



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in Tallmansville, West Virginia, traps 13 miners 
260 feet below the surface. Sadly, only one of the 
miners is pulled out alive. 



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Hussein goes on trial in Baghdad, pleading 
innocent to the murder and torture charges 
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process with the Palestinians, 
Israel evacuates the Gaza Strip, 
an area it has occupied since 
the 1967 Six-Day War. 



Civil unrest rocks France as more than 
300 towns and suburbs explode with 
riots and arson. High unemployment, 
racial discrimination and rage are 
blamed for the outbreaks. 




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December and threatens to spread across 
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Robinson successfully completes 
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Glacier in California discover 
the remains of Leo Mustonen, 
a World War II airman whose 
plane crashed in 1942. 



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pays $20 million for a trip 
to the International Space 
Station aboard the Russian 
Soyuz spacecraft. 



The ruins of what may be the 
oldest Christian church, built 
in the third or fourth century 
A.D., are discovered on the 
grounds of Megiddo Prison in 
northern Israel in November. 



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Anticipating the G8 summit in July, Bob Geldof 
organizes musicians for a series of concerts 
around the world to highlight the problem of 
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< In August, American anti-Iraq War activist Cindy Sheehan 
whose son Casey was killed in action in 2003. holds an 
extended demonstration at a peace camp outside 
President George W. Bush's Texas ranch. 





Cowboy boots see a rise 
in popularity, and not just 
for line dancers and country 
music fans. 



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meals to freeze, take home 
and cook offer a fun, quick 
and easy mealtime solution 
for busy moms. 



Pets receive the royal 
treatment with gourmet pet 
foods, available in upscale pet 
food shops, pet food bakeries 
and even ice cream parlors. 



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Praised by critics and audiences alike, 
Peter Jackson's remake of the 1933 
classic King Kong becomes a giant 
box-office success. 



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documentary that follows a year in the 
life of a flock of Emperor penguins. 



■*• "The boy who lived" returns 
for more adventure in the 
fourth movie installment of 
the Harry Potter series, Harry 
Potter and the Goblet of Fire. 




The life of the late Johnny Cash is the basis 
of the Golden Globe-winning Walk the Line, 
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in 2005, due in part to the 
trend of movie fans opting 
for the quick release of hit 
movies on DVD. 



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female President of the United 
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comedian Chris Rock : UPN's 
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Doctor "McDreamy," also 
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the rest of the staff at Seattle 
Grace Hospital achieve 
healthy ratings in ABC's 
"Grey's Anatomy." 



Viewers can't get enough of ABC's "Lost. 
The show earns a Golden Globe for Best 
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fan speculation sites. 



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▼ Green Day tops off a career year 
with seven MTV Video Music Awards, 
including Best Video of the Year 
for "Boulevard of Broken Dreams." 





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With Late Registration, Kanye 
West maintains his status as 
hip-hop's top dog, landing on 
top of Rolling Stone's Top 50 
Albums of 2005. 





•*■ Reggaeton, which blends 
influences of hip-hop, Jamaican 
reggae and dancehall with Latin 
American bomba and plena, 
reaches its height in popularity 
in 2005. 



•*■ Seattle indie favorites Death 
Cab for Cutie break into the 
mainstream with the album 
Plans and "Directions," a 
series of 12 short films. 



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■*■ The Pittsburgh Steelers hold off the Seattle Seahawks 
for a 21-10 victory in Super Bowl XL. Future Hall of 
Famer Jerome "The Bus" Bettis retires after the game. 



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NHL hockey returns in fall 2005 
after losing the entire '04-'05 
season to a labor dispute. Fans 
flock to see players in new 
uniforms and exciting innovations 
like tie-breaking shootouts. 



► Hawaiian golf phenom Michelle 
Wie turns professional on her 16th 
birthday and signs endorsements 
worth $10 million, making her 
one of the highest paid female 
athletes in the world. 



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In November, WWE superstar 
Eddie Guerrero dies of heart 
failure. In 2004, Guerrero was 
only the second wrestler of 
Hispanic heritage to win the 
WWE championship. 



American Lance Armstrong 
wins his unprecedented 
seventh Tour de France in 
July. Armstrong then retires 
from competitive cycling. 



A BMX superstar Dave Mirra wins 
the gold medal in the BMX Park 
Finals of X Games XI. 



Longhorns quarterback Vince Young 
leads Texas to a national championship 
with a dramatic 41-38 comeback victory 
over USC in the 2006 Rose Bowl. 



| ; i Two-time champion Tony Stewart 
wins NASCAR's Nextel Cup Series 
and a record $13.6 million in 
winnings in 2005. Stewart's 
career Cup earnings now total 
over $48 million. 



A Swiss tennis superstar Roger 
Federer wins two Grand Slam 
titles, at Wimbledon and the 
U.S. Open, along with all four 
ATP Masters Series events. 







Civil rights pioneer Rosa Parks dies at 92 in 
Detroit. Parks' refusal in 1955 to give up her 
seat on an Alabama bus eventually led to laws 
desegregating public transportation nationally. 



Beloved "Gilligan's Island" 
funnyman Bob Denver dies 
of cancer at 70. Although only 
98 episodes of the popular 
sitcom were made, Denver was 
typecast as the nutty Gilligan 
his entire career. 



A Kristin Cavallari, featured 
on the MTV reality show 
"Laguna Beach," becomes 
one of Hollywood's hottest 
young personalities. 



Chinese actress Ziyi Zhang 
shines in the lead role of 
Sayuri in the film adaptation 
of the acclaimed Arthur Golden 
novel Memoirs of a Geisha. 








Actor Tom Cruise, 43, makes headlines all year with his controversial 
views on psychiatry, his new love, actress Katie Holmes, and his couch 
gymnastics on CBS's "The Oprah Winfrey Show" and NBC's "Tonight 
Show with Jay Leno." 



► Actor-comedian Richard Pryor dies at 65 in 
December. Pryor's concerts and movies in the 
70s and '80s inspired performers like Eddie 
Murphy, Arsenio Hall and Robin Williams. 



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-*■ Peter Jennings, anchor of ABC's 
"World News Tonight," dies of lung 
cancer in August. The popular TV 
journalist held the anchor position 
for 22 years. 

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Coretta Scott King, legendary 
civil rights advocate and 
widow of the Rev. Martin 
Luther King Jr., dies in 
January 2006. She was 78. 

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